These four coastal sites on the western side of Peron Peninsula are accessible via short gravel roads suitable for all vehicles. The Shire of Shark Bay manages informal camping with no facilities at these sites.
Eagle Bluff is a great place to view marine life from a height. The shallow waters below the boardwalk are full of life – sharks, rays, turtles, fish and the occasional dugong. The boardwalk also has views of two small limestone islands where seabirds breed. On a clear day you can see Heirisson Prong across the water.
Although there are no formal tracks or boardwalks at Fowlers Camp, Whalebone and Goulet Bluff, you can explore remote beaches by foot from these sites.