Trigg Island Beach is a one stop shop with all the amenities you need for a fun day at the beach with friends and family.
The picturesque white sandy beach is the perfect place to set up for the day with loads of picnic and seating areas, BBQ's and ample amounts of shade. Trigg Island also provides changing rooms, toilets and drinking water facilities, as well as indoor and outdoor showers.
Arguably the best surf break in the metro area you can try your hand with surf lessons and hire from Surfing WA Surf School. If surfing isn't your thing, Trigg is also a hotspot for birdwatching and fishing, with regular visits from dolphins during the summer months.
Visitors can purchase coffee and takeaway food and beverage from the popular Trigg Canteen, or sip on some delicious cocktails at Island Market.
Clarkos Reserve is just north of the Trigg Island Surf Lifesaving Club, hosting a dog-friendly grassy park, more public seating and a large playground for the kids. Trigg Island Surf Life Saving Club patrol the northern side of the beach for 1.5km in the summer months.
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