What a great beach this is with it's shells, as you walk along the beach you can feel them under your feet.
There is a caravan park just a few steps from the beach, the power is by generator provided by the people who look after the Caravan Park.
The Park is closed for the Cyclone Season, which is wise.
To buy groceries you have to drive south to Port Hedland about 400klm. Milk and frozen bread (fresh bread) can be purchased at the park shop.
Looking one way, the beach is endless, looking the other way, it's endless.
There are also a couple of sunset photos as we did stay here two nights, then headed further south.
Looking for shells
1st nights sunset and the Indian Ocean
I remember standing there taking a few photos knowing that I would not see the sea again for a few nights :)
A Memorial to the Vietnam Veterans at 80 mile beach.
Many of them go there in the winter for a holiday.
A barbecue after the evening service. Everyone was invited by word of mouth, but of course not everyone went.
Part of the caravan park, new sites are being done.
The men and women fishing
The second nights sunset
The road in and out to 80 miles beach - 10 klms of a corrugated road, which isn't too bad.