Eagle Bluff Boardwalk is a .4km, grade 1 Circuit hike located in Shark Bay Western Australia. The hike should take approximately 0.5hrs to complete.
This short 400 metre Boardwalk is perched high above the shallow waters of Henri Freycinet Harbour. There are excellent views of two small limestone islands and marine life that frequents the inshore waters. Rays, sharks, schools of fish and even turtles and dugongs can often be seen especially during summer.
About 20km south of Denham is an easy to get to view of an imposing bluff protecting shallow waters teeming with marine life. The short grade 1 loop trail goes to a lookout where rays, sharks, turtles can often be seen. On occasions you may even be rewaRoaded with a sighting of a rare dugong. Interpretive signs explain the significance of the area.
Start Point: Eagle Bluff car park, 20km south of Denham which is 826km (9 hours) north of Perth
End Point: Eagle Bluff car park, 20km south of Denham which is 826km (9 hours) north of Perth
Region: Shark Bay, Coral Coast
For more information, a location map and GPS file please visit Trails WA.