Scarborough Beach – Western Australia

Scarborough Beach - Perth Beaches - Western Australia - Travel Now

Scarborough Beach is an entertainment precinct within the suburb of Scarborough in Western Australia with restaurants, bars and a nightclub.

Scarborough is a coastal suburb of Perth, Western Australia, located approximately 14 km northwest of the city centre in the City of Stirling local government area. It was named after the English beach resort Scarborough, North Yorkshire.

It has a population of about 14,300 people (2011 census), of whom about 25% were born overseas, mostly in the United Kingdom, and has a landmark high-rise hotel, the Rendezvous Observation City, originally built in 1986

If you’re looking for pristine, white sand beaches – Perth beaches will not disappoint. Not so well known amongst tourists but Perth has beautiful beaches all along its coastline. Most popular ones are: Cottesloe, Scarborough, City Beach and Trigg Beach. Activities include: swimming, surfing, wind surfing, kite surfing, jet ski, fishing.

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  1. Are there sharks in WA? People just told me but beaches look so beautiful..

  2. A dangerous beach, strong rips. Please swim between the flags and take a sunshade with you.

  3. Hi, can you tell me please which camera did you used for record this video? tanks !

  4. Fantastic beach,though always be aware to swim in between the flags for safety ( there's a lot of 'rips' ( currents) and the odd shark turns up)If U R in the safety zone the life/guards will keep U safe.If U choose to swim outside the patrolled area,U R putting your'self in danger

  5. Wow! Takes me back to '87, body surfing in the fabulous Indian ocean during my 3 month trip around Oz, superb memories

  6. ha ha, that beach is a cross the road from my house! not so warm there today.

  7. You'll love the beach- really some of the best beaches in the world!! Just be ready for the slightly chilly water though :)

  8. Oh man amazing…I'm coming to Perth from the U.S. in April so it should be warm I'm hoping. Will be staying near the beach, can hardly wait!

  9. @BananaManaTV Yayay!!:'D I read that too!:) thankyou, haha! I have to save up for my own ticket;)! Got 300 pounds so far:'D, I need 800…Hmm XD! <3 <3

  10. @TaraMawer Enjoy! You're pretty safe from Tsunamis cause there are almost no earthquakes in the region or ocean floor…

  11. going there next year to see somee friends!:') I cant wait! soundss silly, but i sometimess get afraidd of tsunami's because its so close to the ocean/sea!:')

  12. @bindinglines Absolutely paradise!! And if you go down south to Margaret River – unbelievably gorgeous beaches! And plenty of awesome wineries to get shit-faced at!! Great food down there too!

  13. Im going in 4 weaks, i live in holland so their winter is like summer for me xd