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This is such a lovely beach with a beautiful Coast Walk or Bike trail that takes you for miles. This beach also has toilets, nice café, nice park for the children and a camping ground right on the beach front. Some days you may even...More
The northern coastal walk/bike path is a great place to get your daily exercise with fantastic views including a new lookout at Iluka. You can dip on and off the beach for some sand between your toes or just stick to the path,. Burns Beach...More
Take comfortable shoes, water, hat & suncream and enjoy a walk along the coast. Beautiful coastal views right out to Rottnest. The coastal walk is on a footpath but is through sand dunes so be preferred to walk up some hills.
Admittedly I used to regularly here over the years but mainly for fishing. It wasn't much of a swimmers beach back then and sadly I have to say it still isn't. I visited recently and still has limited appeal apart from being a beach area....More
Burns Beach is a suburb of northern Perth.
The beach at Burns Beach is at best underwhelming.
There is insufficient parking and the parking area gets very crowded with people parking on the grass on the side of the road or at the end and...More
Part of our October holidays and a fav hangout in my younger past life!
Never disappoints and worth stopping in - even if just for the views.
If you are fit and inclined the track along the waterfront is well worth undertaking....you just need to...More
Dogs are not allowed on the beach but there's an amazing paved walking path all along the sand dunes all the way to Ocean Reef, and beyond to Mullaloo if you can find the start of it ;) Dogs on leads are welcome all along... More
Dogs are not allowed on the beach but there's an amazing paved walking path all along the sand dunes all the way to Ocean Reef, and beyond to Mullaloo if you can find the start of it ;) Dogs on leads are welcome all along there and it's a beautiful walk. Some of the high spots have benches to sit on and admire the view. As DelPerthWA said, there is an animal exercise beach to the south - probably about a 7 minute drive down the coastal road and it's sign-posted.