Greens Pool, Denmark (Western Australia)

As the most popular beach in Denmark (WA), the swarms come to Greens Pool in summer for snorkelling (and other water activities), relaxing  on the white sand and for exploring the granite rocks.

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Greens Pool by Sam Brajdic

Located in Williams Bay National Park, Green Pool is a series of shallow, crystal clear pools which eventually stretch out to the ocean.

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Greens Pool by Sam Brajdic

Giant rocks seperate the pools.

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Greens Pool by Sam Brajdic

People climbed  on top of the rocks, snorkelled between them and canoed around them.

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Canoeing at Greens Pool by Sam Brajdic

We snorkelled in the pools. The water was cold by crystal clear, providing the perfect morning pick-me-up. 

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Beach goers at Greens Pool in Denmark by Sam Brajdic

The snorkel featured seagrasses and a small assortment of fish, mainly herring.

For other explorations in the area, see my other posts:

Coming next: Elephant Rocks (Green Pool’s next door neighbour).

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Rocks at Greens Pool, Denmark by Sam Brajdic

For a sick camping site nearby – check out my posts on Shelley Beach:

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Greens Pool, Denmark by Sam Brajdic

Shot on Canon 60D. Photographs are original, permission required to reproduce – sebrajdic@gmail.com

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