WA is blessed with over 10,000km of coastline and the vast majority of it is white sandy beaches and clear turquoise ocean, in the grand scheme of things I've barely experienced it but this beach was absolutely breathtaking.
Nestled at the end of a long dirt track in Two Peoples Bay Nature Reserve, about a 20 minute drive from Albany, is Little Beach. It lives up to it's name, compared to the sprawling beaches on the rest of the coast this beach is honestly quite little.
You can see the dirt track and car park at the back of the photo. We arrived by 9am and there were already quite a few people setting themselves up for the day.
If you're visiting mid-summer definitely bring a gazebo or shade of some kind and lots and lots of water, the nearest shop is at least 30 minutes away.
We visited in March, the end of our summer but were lucky enough to have a 35 degree day. Lucky the water was nice and fresh- perfect for cooling off after sunbathing!
It looks gorgeous from above, but trust me it's even more incredible below...
I've never seen such beautiful clear water in all my life! And no sea weed - bonus!
Now seeing as I've already spilt the beans on this gorgeous beach, I feel I should go all out and tell you an even bigger secret...
(this photo is looking 180 degrees behind the first photo)
There's another hidden beach, if you walk all the way across the beach and over the rocks (or through the bush, just watch out for slithery friends) there's an even smaller beach,
and the water is just as beautiful, the sand is just as perfectly white...but it'll be all yours.
As with all beaches, take care, there is always a possibility of large waves and rips.
There are obviously no lifeguards on duty, so swim within your limits and stay safe.
To get into Two Peoples Bay Nature Reserve you need to pay the standard DPaW entry fee, $12 to cover everyone in the car for a day's entry.
You can access the whole park via 2WD.
There's more information about Two Peoples Bay on the DPaW website.
What's your favourite beach? Is it in WA?