Trigg Beach, West Coast Drive, Trigg, Western Australia

Trigg Beach is a great place to spend a few days surfing, swimming or just sitting on the beach enjoying the sun and the Indian Ocean sunsets.It is patrolled by council lifesavers during the week and volunteer surf lifesavers on the weekends and public holidays from October to April. During the week you may even see a group of schoolchildren having surfing lessons on the beach.

Surf competitions are held here so there are plenty of great waves around this beach especially towards Trigg Point at the Trigg Island end (called an island because a small limestone "island" can be surrounded by water from the mainland occasionally in winter storms). Just be careful of the undertow near the infamous Blue Hole immediately north of the rock island.

There's a couple of cafes by the beach serving snacks and coffee  as well as a restaurant which serves pricier a la carte seafood and steak.

Take a walk south along the beach to the tall white hotel at Scarborough Beach or go snorkelling and explore the sheltered waters and rock pools on the northern side of the Island. Cormorants are often visible on the rocks drying their wings in the breeze.

 Great place to chill and relax, catch a few rays and enjoy the climate! Don't forget your sunscreen!

Trigg Beach Surf Cam and Surf Report

Check the conditions for yourself on the live webcam: