A short walk from the main beach at Hellfire Bay, Cape Le Grand National Park, Western Australia is a less frequented little beach, somewhat unoriginally named “Little Hellfire”. This is a beautifully isolated beach that still turns on the magic that its elder brother around the corner produces. The waves washing over these rocks at the end of the beach creates a pallet of colour that reminds me of a stunning opal, with the flecks of green-blue sparkling at you. You just want to keep watching.
Its easy to lose yourself in the breathtaking beauty at Hellfire Bay in Cape Le Grand National Park, Western Australia. The water colour and the clarity on days like this one are absolutely stunning. Two swimmers enjoy the amazing conditions as the surf rolls through, creating small eddies and currents that shimmer and sparkle. Its like watching a campfire in electric blue. Bliss.
A swim at Hellfire Bay in Cape Le Grand National Park, Western Australia is something you don’t forget easily. The water clarity is amazing on a calm day and the white sand under the waves creates a beautiful blue that is mesmerising. You can easily get lost in the solitude you will find just drifting across this extraordinary pristine wilderness of colour.