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Despite a name that conjures plentiful dangers, Hazards Beach usually presents a serene seascape. The beach takes its name from the mountains backing it, which separate the Great Oyster Bay--where the beach sits--from Wineglass Bay to the east. Follow the 6.5 mi (11 km) track connecting the two bays and reward yourself with a picnic when you reach your destination. To visit Hazards Beach on your holiday in Coles Bay, and find out what else Coles Bay has to offer, use our Coles Bay.
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Beautiful scenes, lovely sands and great clear water but 90-120 minutes of reasonably vigorous walking along good but not flat trails to get here. Not for the faint hearted. more »
Hazards is a stunning white sand beach – more beautiful up close than Wineglass bay. And because it’s on the inside of the bay, a safe swimming spot. That’s why the tour groups and water taxis come... more »
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