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Use the Google map how to get to Betty's Beach.

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Directions from Albany to Betty's Beach

1. Head North on York St.

2. At the roundabout take the first exit onto Albany Hwy/State route 30 go 2.6 km

3. At the roundabout take the 3 rd exit onto Chester Pass Rd/South Coast Hwy heading to Esperance National route 1 go 9.8 km

4. Turn right onto South Coast Hwy Esperiance Rd go 25.2 km

5. Turn right onto Homestead Rd go12.1 km

6. Turn left go 2.3 km

7. Welcome to Betty's Beach.

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Betty's Beach is close to Normans Beach and East Bay Beach which is the Eastern end of Two Peoples Bay.


Betty aged 14 in 1933


salmon fishing huts at bettys

Bettys Bay Beach looking across to Normans in the background

Bettys asheltered bay

Who was Betty?

The Norman’s were three brothers, Arthur, Percy and John [Jnr] Norman whose family was some of the first European settlers in the area. John Norman whose wife was Mary arrived in 1795 and there family still hold a strong local presence. The Norman brothers used to live in “The Green House” at Mount Manypeaks.Betty’s Beach once known as Betty’s Bay was named after Betty Jones, she used to go camping and fishing there with her family. At that stage there were no real roads so it was a great adventure bouncing around in the back of a truck over bumps rocks and Blackboys to get to the fishing beaches. Camping out was a lot harder then as she had to make her own mattress out of dried seaweed but it did have a White cotton sheet to go over. She said, I learned how to catch fish and caught my first Fathead there. I walked miles with Dad to the best fishing spots and never saw anyone except the Norman Brothers who brought us milk from their farm at Manypeaks. My Sister Joy and I climbed over the rocks like little goats without any fear. On the day they left a family friend put up a sign made out of driftwood with charcoal writing naming it “Betty’s Bay”.
Betty’s Beach is or was a professional Salmon fishing beach. You will find a camping area and toilets.


A small bay beach which can be good fishing and walking is good in the area with caution on the rocks. On the right just before Betty’s is a small Island which can be good fishing with extreme care!!! You will find Herring, Whiting, Skippy, rock species Salmon, Flathead, Silver Bream Shark Talor and Sampson fish.


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