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Hazards Beach, Coles Bay

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#4 of 9 in Beaches in Glamorgan-Spring Bay
Scenic Walking Area · Hidden Gem · Beach
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Despite a name that conjures plentiful dangers, Hazards Beach usually presents a serene seascape. The beach takes its name from the mountains backing it, which separate the Great Oyster Bay--where the beach sits--from Wineglass Bay to the east. Follow the 6.5 mi (11 km) track connecting the two bays and reward yourself with a picnic when you reach your destination. To visit Hazards Beach on your holiday in Coles Bay, and find out what else Coles Bay has to offer, use our Coles Bay.
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  • Isolated beauty….Simply stunning…complete serenity…truely relaxing…pristine waters….enough said, well worth the easy walk. 
    Isolated beauty….Simply stunning…complete serenity…truely relaxing…pristine waters….enough said, well worth the easy walk.  more »
  • We decided to walk around to Hazards Beach from Wineglass Bay, it was worth the extra hiking time. Just make sure you check when the tide is coming in on Hazards Beach, you may not be able to make it....  more
    We decided to walk around to Hazards Beach from Wineglass Bay, it was worth the extra hiking time. Just make sure you check when the tide is coming in on Hazards Beach, you may not be able to make it....  more »

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