Normans Beach

Norman's Beach

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Norman's Beach, near Mount Man­ypeaks, is a rugged, white, sandy beach and popular nat­ure cam­ping area.

John and Ann Nor­man, arriv­ing in 1837, were some of the first European settlers to the area. Over the years, the fam­ily has owned several farms in­clud­ing the "Many Peaks" homestead, and still has a strong local pre­s­ence today.

Norman's Beach is a long, white, sandy beach split by an in­let, suit­able for beach walk­ing, swimm­ing and catch­ing a variety of fish.

Norman's Beach cam­ping area is a free to use nat­ural cam­ping site.

A 300 metre walk­ing trail con­nects the camp­site to a look­out, with steps lead­ing to the beach pro­per. The views from the look­out are stunn­ing, with whale watch­ing poss­ible between July and October.

Norman's Beach cam­ping area is a free to use nat­ural cam­ping site, and features public toilets, day park­ing, picnic benches and waste bins. Fires are not per­mit­ted at any time and leashed pets are welcome.

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 7.30am and 10.00pm.

Norman's Beach is loca­ted near Two Peoples Bay and Betty's Beach, some 49km from Albany. To re­ach the cam­ping site, travel along South Coast High­way approxim­ately 35km to Homestead Road, follow this and turn left at Norman's Beach Road.

Nearby Betty's Beach and East Bay Beach also have nat­ure cam­ping sites, and can also be re­ached from Homestead Road.

Article updated 29/10/2016.