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It is 10km from the turn-off to Kurrimine Beach; the entrance to the conservation park is on Jacobs Road. The national park is north of the conservation park, between Kurrimine Beach and Cowley Beach, but there are no facilities and no public access. With care and assistance it may be wheelchair accessible depending on weather conditions.
For more information, please read the guidelines on safety in parks and forests.
There is no public access to Kurrimine Beach National Park. Kurrimine Beach Conservation Park is open 24 hours a day. The area around Kurrimine Beach has a high annual rainfall, regularly exceeding mm. Most of the rain falls during the wet season, usually from December to about April. These summer months are characterised by high temperatures.
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Visiting kurrimine beach safely
Visitors to the Kurrimine Beach area are advised that a rifle range lease is in operation on state land ading Kurrimine Beach National Park. A portion of the Kurrimine Beach National Park falls within the danger area of the rifle range lease.
Please observe all warning s erected concerning the operation of the rifle range. Never touch these trees.
Contact with any part of a tar tree can cause severe skin irritation while contact with the eyes may lead to blindness. Tar trees can be identified by black sap stains on their trunks and by their leaves, which look similar to those of a mango tree. Wear insect repellent, adequate clothing and sturdy footwear for protection against stings, scratches and bites. Protect yourself from the sun. Wear sunscreen, a hat, sunglasses and a long-sleeved shirt, even on cloudy days.
Ensure you carry plenty of drinking water. Stay on the track and take care on uneven surfaces, especially in wet conditions.
Before you visit Essentials to bring sunscreen, hat and sunglasses binoculars for spotting wildlife. Pets Domestic animals are not permitted in either the national park or the conservation park. Climate and weather The area around Kurrimine Beach has a high annual rainfall, regularly exceeding mm.
Fuel and supplies Fuel and basic supplies are available at Kurrimine Beach.
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