Cape Keraudren Coastal Reserve is situated on a picturesque beach with white sands that stretch as far as the eye can see.
The clear blue water is a welcome to the start of the famous Eighty Mile Beach. This well-travelled stretch of beach is highly placed on the tourist trail and not to be missed.
Cape Keraudren was the northernmost point of the Rabbit Proof Fence, a 1837 kilometre long barrier errected between 1901 and 1907 to keep rabbits and other agricultural pests out of Western Australian pastoral areas. A sign marks the approximate location, and some remnants of fence posts can still be seen.
Approximately 159km north of Port Hedland (1 hour 45 minute drive). Take the Cape Keraudren Road (unsealed) from the North West Coastal Highway.
The adjacent Shire-managed Cape Keraudren Coastal Reserve has campsites, toilets, rubbish bins and an on-site ranger.