The pristine fine white sandy beach of Hamelin Bay is only surpassed by the colour of the shallow turquoise water. Located a short drive south-west of Karridale, Hamelin Bay is one of the best beaches for swimming, snorkelling, diving, kayaking, beach fishing and photography. It is famous for its old timber jetty remnants and abundance of friendly eagle rays which will glide up to greet you as you paddle in the shallows. There is also a boat ramp if you want to explore the open ocean, a kiosk and a holiday park.
Located 2 kms inland from Hamelin Bay on the western side of the Leeuwin Naturalist Ridge is a small pocket of 35 secluded blocks, ranging in size from 5079 sqm to 3.363 hectares. Many of these lots boast impressive houses with even more impressive ocean views, whilst others offer superb views of the tall timbered bush and rolling hills that surround the estate.