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Honeymoon Bay, Coles Bay

4.7
#3 of 9 in Beaches in Glamorgan-Spring Bay
Beach · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
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With the striking backdrop of fragrant wildflowers and eucalyptus trees, Honeymoon Bay features shallow sapphire waters favored by bird-watchers and snorkelers. Part of the larger Coles Bay, this serene spot is also a popular destination for swimming, canoeing, fishing, boating, and picnicking. The bay can be reached via a sandy path that goes through native bush. Wear water shoes, since the rocks covered with sharp seashells may harm your feet. Amenities include public restrooms near the parking. By using our Coles Bay tour itinerary planner, you can arrange your visit to Honeymoon Bay and other attractions in Coles Bay.
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  • On the west side, Honeymoon Bay is just beautiful and well worth the stop. A small carpark, with a covered picnic table and amenities, leads you to a short dirt track down to the bay. 
    On the west side, Honeymoon Bay is just beautiful and well worth the stop. A small carpark, with a covered picnic table and amenities, leads you to a short dirt track down to the bay.  more »
  • Delightful quiet spot to visit, magnificent views, largely unspoilt area. Honeymoon Bay is part of Coles Bay and close to the Wineglass Bay lookout. 
    Delightful quiet spot to visit, magnificent views, largely unspoilt area. Honeymoon Bay is part of Coles Bay and close to the Wineglass Bay lookout.  more »
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  • Decided to stop by after the Wineglass Bay lookout. Wonderful view. What surprised me was the amount of sea shells around the rocks like literally an island of sea shells!
  • Pristine and gorgeous shelly and pebbly beach to go for a refreshingly cool swim. Swim with the fishes 🐟 Lots of rocks to climb on and explore. Although I recommend wearing shoes as there are sharp broken shells on the rocks. It is a stop you have to make if you're driving through the area.

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