Betty's Beach near Manypeaks, is named after Betty Jones, born circa 1919, who often visited the area to go camping and fishing with her family.
The beach is located on a small, protected bay, with a white sandy beach and natural granite rock formations. The views overlooking the ocean are quite picturesque and a pleasant place to relax and enjoy the scenery. The beach is suitable for beach walking, swimming and fishing.
Expect to catch Herring, Whiting, Skippy, Salmon, Flathead, Silver Bream and occasionally, Sampson Fish. Best fishing is near the rock formations and the small island. Please take care and observe safety signs in the area.
Betty's Beach features a free to use natural camping site with public toilets, day parking, picnic benches and waste bins. Fires are not permitted at any time and pets must be on a leash. Camping is limited to 7 days maximum. You will need to supply your own power and water. There is no mobile phone coverage. Generators may only be used between 7.30 am and 10.00 pm.
From February 15th until April 30th, the beach is a designated commercial fishing zone and access may be limited.
Betty's Beach features a free to use natural camping site.
Betty's Beach is located between Two Peoples Bay and Norman Beach, some 49 km from Albany. To reach the camping site, travel along South Coast Highway approximately 35 km to Homestead Road, turn right and continue 14.5 km to the end.
Nearby Norman's Beach and East Bay Beach can also be reached from Homestead Road. Both have camping areas, excellent scenery and are accessible by normal vehicles.
Article updated 14/08/2016.