Parry Beach is located at the far western end of the park offering spectacular views across William Bay towards Greens Pool and Elephant Rocks. Parry Beach is sometimes reffered to as "Parry's Beach" or "Parry's".
There is beach access from the Parry Beach ramp. The rocky shores of the headland, red and rugged from erosion, are also a popular fishing location (follow the signs).
Always Remember, the Great Southern Ocean coastline is prone to surges, so be extremely aware when climbing, driving or walking close to the waterline.
From South Coast Highway, west of Denmark Town via Parry Beach Road. Look for it on the William Bay National Park Map.
Fees apply at the Parrys Beach Campground
This large campsite with separate bays is simply wonderful. Only a short distance from the beach and under the shade of peppermint trees make this a tranquil location. The road through the campsite is excellent. There are no shops, the nearest town is Denmark 21km away. NO drinking water available.
You cannot make a booking, you neet to turn up to get a place. It is busy during main school holidays.
The beach is fully accessible via the Parry Beach Road which winds along the Parry Inlet. There are facilities including camping, fishing, a boat launching area and public toilets.
The nearby beaches of Greens Pool and Elephant Cove are protected by large rocks out to sea and are declared safe for swimming. Located in William Bay National Park (east of Parry Beach) along William Bay Road.