West Coast National Park’s 16-Mile Beach and the wild Atlantic Ocean.

This diverse park offers a stark contrast between the tranquil turquoise waters of the lagoon on the one side, and the wild Atlantic Ocean on the other. Along the ever deserted 16-mile beach, waves crash and the wind always blows, its humbling. A true reminder of the strength of nature, the ship wreck along the coast ever sobering. This is a place to walk and breath and listen and feel. Then you can retreat back to the quiet of the lagoon for your picnic and relaxing, its wonderful. West Coast National Park.

Some of the broken shells song the rocks.

Love this sign. Nature beckons. In more ways than one.

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