Denham beaches

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    CHECK OUT THE SPECTACULAR SHELL BEACH, WHICH IS FORMED FROM BILLIONS OF TINY SHELLS: Photo courtesy of Tourism Western Australia
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Shell Beach (conservation park)

This unique beach, which is formed from billions of tiny shells is one of only two in the world that shares its' characteristics. The coastline stretches for approximately 110 kilometres and is between seven and ten metres deep. Shell Beach is on Hamelin Road approximately 45 kilometres from Denham.

 

Denham Beach

The beach along the township of Denham is a sandy beach with generally calm waters.