Cheynes Beach is a protected cove, situated 68kms east of Albany, an accessible beach that stretches for kilometres with aqua blue waters and sparkling white sands. Like much of the region, the area is undeveloped and virtually unspoilt. Offering little opportunity for agricultural development this part of the world is filled with these small undisturbed sanctuaries that hug the coast and provide a stunning backdrop for a camping expedition.
The whole region is a series of crevices and crannies and thick scrubby coastal bush. Home to various marsupials including Quenda, Ring Tail Possum and numerous species of birds, some of which are endemic to WA, it is not uncommon to have to share quarters with the local wildlife. The hills that are strewn with polished granite boulders and the green foliage and crystal waters make for a unique and memorable place to visit.