Eagle Bluff features a spectacularly high cliff that overlooks the Denham Sound and is located 18-20 km south from Denham.
Walk along the boardwalk to see breathtaking views out across the water. Time your visit at sunset and you will witness one of the most magnificent sunsets in the west. The boardwalk lies over the ocean where you can see the osprey or sea eagles flying around, dugongs feeding on massive seagrass meadows and the Useless Loop salt pile.
If you get a chance to get into the water you will be amazed by the abundance of fish and coral in this stretch of water and if you are lucky you may also see dolphins, sharks and dugongs.
While Eagle Bluff does not have an official campsite, however, if you pre-register (call or email) with Shark Bay World Heritage Discovery Centre you may be able to stay at Whalebone Bay as there are only 4 sites available.
In 1858 Captain H.M. Denham carved the inscription on a rock at Eagle Bluff. This rock is now placed in Pioneer Park in the township of Denham.
Eagle Bluff is a 10 hour drive north of Perth, and can be found on the drive in or out of Denham.