Hamelin Bay beach: A glimpse of Greece in Australia

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Hamelin Bay Beach in Western Australia has emerged as a hidden gem drawing Australian travelers seeking a taste of Greece without leaving home.

Nestled along the spectacular South West coast, approximately three and a half hours from Perth in the renowned Margaret River region, this beach offers a striking resemblance to the idyllic shores of a Greek island.

According to dailymail, the magical shoreline is peppered with otherworldly angled rock formations to explore and sit under to shade yourself from the WA sunshine.

The bay offers calm and refreshing waters ideal for swimming, snorkeling, paddleboarding, or leisurely boat cruises

The dreamy paradise is famous for its population of sociable stingrays often seen gliding gracefully along the water’s edge. 

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With its gleaming white sandy beaches and mesmerizing aquamarine waters, Hamelin Bay Beach creates an enchanting ambiance reminiscent of the Mediterranean. The shoreline is adorned with captivating angled rock formations, inviting exploration and providing shade from the Western Australian sunshine.

British travel blogger Samantha raved about her recent visit to Hamelin Bay calling it ‘The Greece of Australia’.

‘If you’re like me and always wanted to go to Greece, look no further, there’s a lookalike down the road,’ she mentioned in an Instagram post.

‘We went for sunset and sunrise and saw countless stingrays and dolphins, we got so lucky! Hamelin Bay to me is just the most beautiful, magical place.’

Many have been wowed by the natural beauty of the hidden gem with one saying it’s a ‘WA highlight’.

‘What a stunning resemblance to Greece! Those crystal blue waters and rocky cliffs are truly mesmerising,’ one visitor gushed, while another noted ‘One of our favourite spots here in Australia! Gorgeous beach, lots of stingrays and amazing sunsets. We even saw dolphins in the bay!’

Source: dailymail

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