Whitehaven Beach South

Type Approved Anchorage.
Description One of the most photographed beaches in the world with kilometres of pure white silica beach to walk and enjoy.  It is and extremely popular location and is a hive of activity with visitors arriving in all sorts of boats. Sea planes land on the water and taxi in to the beach and helicopters land on the sand for guests to enjoy this magnificent beach.
Restrictions No fishing.
Shelter in East to North West.
Fishing Fishing is prohibited.
Be careful of Sandflies and mosquitos - take repellent with you. When cruising watch for Lagoon Rock to the north of the beach and the strong current through Solway Passage to the south. As an anchorage Whitehaven can be rolly if the wind is to the East so consider Chalkies Beach on Haslewood Island if this is the case.
Outer Reef Arrange to be collected by a seaplane for an outer reef experience.
Beach Whithaven Beach is recognised as one of the finest beaches in the world.  Stroll along and enjoy the magic!
Sailing Sail to the Northern or Southern anchorages from here.
100 Magic Miles C26
  Map type: Normal, Satellite

Pictures Available Large Aerial
360 degree surround of Whitehaven and Chalkie's
Aerial photograph from North
Aerial photograph from South
Anchored at Whitehaven
See Also Tounge Bay, Chalkie's Beach, Chance Bay


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