Little Beach, east of Albany, punches well above its weight. As a devote beach goer, from a very youthful six months of age, I pride myself on being a connoisseur of sandy shores and surf breaks. I’ll even admit (reluctantly) to being biased and have always considered Queensland beaches to be the best in the world. The last few days have forced me to revise that. The western coast near Albany is magnificent. Wild cliffs, rolling surf and pristine beaches.
Yesterday, Little Beach proved the southern ocean could caress with a gentle (but freezing!!) touch. I’m hooked! Albany is now firmly on our sailing list (for that ‘one day when we grow up’ time of life).