Point Quobba

West Coast Australia

At the turn off towards Quobba Station, around 1km south of the 'King Waves Kill' sign, is Point Quobba, home to a gorgeous sheltered swimming and snorkelling lagoon known locally as 'the Aquarium', plus some beach shacks, excellent fishing and rough campsites.

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