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Cheynes Beach

Cheynes Beach

Discover this tranquil and protected cove just 45 minutes from Albany.
Surrounded by Waychinicup National Park, Arpenteur Nature Reserve and overlooking the Southern Ocean, Cheynes Beach is a tranquil holiday spot for outdoor adventurers and nature-enthusiasts.

Cheynes Beach is a protected cove, 45 min drive from Albany and Porongorup and 75 mins from the Stirling Ranges, an accessible beach that stretches for kilometres with aqua blue waters and sparkling white sands. Cheynes Beach delivers beachside holidays dreams are made of with swimming, snorkelling, diving, bushwalking, birdwatching, 4wding, surfing, stand-up paddle boarding, and fishing.

It is home to several rare flora including Albany Pitcher Plant and Granite Spider Orchid, as well as various marsupials including Western Grey Kangaroo, Quenda, Honey Possum and numerous species of birds, including rare and endangered and birds endemic to WA.

See if you can spot the Humpback and Southern Right whales that pass close by in the winter, go salmon fishing in the autumn, hunt for wildflowers and rare birds during spring, and spend summers swimming, snorkelling and SUPing.

Things To Do Around Here

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Aboriginal cultural tours showcasing ancient culture near Albany.
Watch premium craft spirit masters take grain to glass in their Albany distillery.
Enjoy spectacular views of the vineyard and Kalgan River while wine tasting.
Indulge and discover Margaret River’s Best Wine Tours.
Guided, small group walking holidays – Bibbulmun Track, Cape to Cape Track and Stirling Ranges.
A fleet of luxury vehicles that provide chauffeur driven transfers for Perth and the South West.
Organic and sustainable producer of small-batch natural wines near Albany.
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Nearby Accommodation

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Perfectly located on the bay at Emu Point, Albany.
Large grassy caravan sites and quality ensuite chalets with a rural outlook.
A short walk from pristine Emu Beach, there’s plenty of activities for the whole family.
A grassy holiday park a short walk to the protected cove of Cheynes Beach.
Albany’s luxurious haven by the sea, with elegant hotel style rooms and suites.
Upscale, affordable accommodation for an exceptional hotel experience.
Private cottages nestled in pristine bushland midway between Albany and Denmark.
Comfortable family-friendly chalet with the Kalgan River nearby and a short drive to Albany.
A private oasis of sensory perfection on WA’s rugged Great Southern coastline
Laidback luxury accommodation that embodies warmth, comfort and indulgence in the Great Southern
Holiday units perfectly positioned to enjoy Albany’s pristine coastline.
Self-contained chalets just a short walk to Emu Point in Albany.
Award winning hotel Quality Apartments Banksia Albany has a reputation for providing an exceptional experience for visitors to Amazing Albany.

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Here you can easily enjoy natural beaches beautiful vineyards, forests, caves and more, all in a single day. More than 23,000km make up the south west corner of Western Australia, with 1000 of those kilometres consisting of awe-inspiring coastline just waiting to be explored.

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