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Lucky Bay, Turquoise waters - Cape Le Grand National Park

While exploring the south coast of Australia in 1802, Matthew Flinders sailed a

dangerous route through the Recherche Archipelago. He named Lucky Bay when his vessel HMS Investigator took shelter here from a summer storm. 


The squeaky-clean white sand, turquoise water, perfect swimming conditions are

a beautiful attraction in this part of the southwest of Australia.


An easy 4WD around the bay and a short walk brings you to a less traveled stretch of the bay.  One of my favourite spots!


Lucky Bay, Turquoise waters - Cape Le Grand National Park

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