A Naturist World Whaling Cove - Fisheries Beach

Beach Destination Information

  • Listed By : Team - ANW
  • Listed On : Jun 30, 2019
  • Views : 377
  • Category : Australia & Oceania » Australia
  • Description : Whaling Cove, also known as Fisheries Beach, is a delightful and private beach approximately 20 km from Albany on the Vancouver Peninsula.

    Sheltered from the swell and protected from the wind by the hills of the Vancouver Peninsula, Whaler's Cove is popular for sunbathing, swimming and fishing. It is not an official naturist beach but has a long history of nude bathing.

    With white sand measuring approx 300 in length and a narrow 25 meters wide, it has rocky granite outcrops on its eastern end. Swimming is not dangerous here.
  • Location : Whaling Cove, Vancouver Peninsula Western Australia, Australia

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Good to Know

  • Beach Type Beaches and Coves
  • Facilities There is a car parking area, toilet block and concrete paths to the beach.The car park also marks the beginning of the Point Possession Heritage Trail, a 6 km hike around the Vancouver Peninsula.
  • Nudist Status Unofficial
  • Ease of Access Concrete paths to the beach make it easily accessible.

Getting There

  • Town / County / State Vancouver Peninsula, Western Australia
  • Zip / Postal Code 6330
  • Directions To visit Whaling Cove, drive along Frenchman Bay Road to Torndirrup National Park, turn left onto Quarranup Road and follow this road for approx 6 km to the car park, located on the right.


  • Latitude -35.05632
  • Longitude 117.925079
  • Sea Level (In Meters) 4