WILLIAM BAY NATIONAL PARK

 

HEMA map reference 74/K5

 

William Bay - Western Australia

 

GPS 34 50 15 S 116 01 25 E

 

 

 

 

Entry fee and / or camping fee charged Toilets available Pets prohibited Swimming allowed Fishing allowed (some sites may require a freshwater license.) Sight seeing area Walk trails Authorised parking facilities Day use site only - no camping

 

 

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William Bay National Park is 70km west of Albany or 15 kilometres west of Denmark.

William Bay was named after the British explorer William Edward Parry. Parry Beach and Edward Point are other coastal features in the area named after the same man.

Greens Pool and Elephant Rocks are two well known features of the Bay and a short walk along the coast is Madfish Bay.

Although the peak season for flowering plants in this area is spring, there are almost always some plants in flower here at any time of the year.

No campsites are available inside the park but an area at nearby Parry Beach to the west caters for campers.

A walk track just east of Greens Pool will take to you the spectacular Elephant Rocks Bay. A group of rocks by the bay look for all the world like a herd of elephants sanding in the sea. It is a beautiful and very special part of the coast.

 



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