There are many Inlets along the Rainbow Coast. The Inlets are very beautiful, and each quite distinct. In some the waters are calm, others swiftly flowing. Many are filled with waterbirds including black swans and western australian pelicans.
The Inlets of the South Coast vary in size and volume, but all of the inlets support a vast variety of birds, reptiles and water creatures.
They are a vital part of the ecosystem and deserve to be cared for.
The inlets along the coast are either always open, in the case of the Walpole and Nornalup Inlets which are connected together by a natural deep channel.
The South Coast is home to many wonderful inlets, the inlets on this page are directly within the albany region, however there are many others within a close distance, for a full list of inlets on the South Coast of Western Australia, visit our Inlets of the South Coast page!
More information on the south-west coast in our other Western Australian travellers guides:
The Rainbow Coast is a national biosphere area and deserves our care and respect, please try to reduce your environmental impact when visiting the coast. Your safety while visiting the region iis your responsibility, please obey the signs and be careful. THANKS FOR VISITING!
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