Sun’s Out, Buns Out: WA’s Best Beaches To Get Nudey Rudey

Sun’s Out, Buns Out: WA’s Best Beaches To Get Nudey Rudey

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Some of us at Perth Is OK! may be never-nudes, but there’s a few that don’t mind getting some sun on their bits. And why not do it at one of our spectacular beaches? Here are just a few of the best nude beaches around WA:

Cable Beach

One of WA – if not the world’s – most famous beaches, it’s also a popular spot for naturists. If you’re taking your kit off, you’ll need to head north of the rocks where you can find a quiet spot to enjoy the spectacular views. And while we love going for a dip in the warmer months, due to dangerous Chironex and Irukandji jellyfish it’s better to stay out of the water during summer.

Mauritius Beach

While Mauritius Beach has a long history of naturist use, you might still have to keep your sandals on!  The stunning beach is just north of Exmouth, perched on the tip of the North West Cape – and while much of it is bright, shimmering white sand, you’ll also come across quite a few rocky sections of beach. If you’re really lucky, you may even witness a few sea turtles hatching in the sands.

Port Kennedy

Of course, sometimes you need to get nude a little closer to home! Established as clothing optional in 1988, Port Kennedy’s nude beach rivals the beaches up north though, with white sands gently sloping into crystal clear water – just make sure you head there before that sea breeze picks up!

Ten Mile Lagoon

Or perhaps you’d like to go further south? Just outside of Esperance, you’ll find 10 Mile Lagoon – a spectacular, sheltered beach with a clothing-optional stretch that begins 100m west of the beach’s entrance. While this section of coastline can get pretty wild and woolly, a limestone reef means that the lagoon is perfect for calm bathing.

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