Channel Point

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Beaches in West Coast region

Channel Point is a beach in Australia that is located in a place known as West Coast region, which is found in the region of NT, Australia.

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Channel Point gets a ranking of 82 out of a possible 100.

Channel Point is considered an extremely disirable beach in NT, and is a selection that many people recommend when choosing a beach in Australia.

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Channel Point


The official name of this beach is Channel Point.

It is located in the area of West Coast region, and has some of the most beautiful beaches in Australia, in the region of NT.

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Is Channel Point a top ranked beach in Australia?

So, when it comes to comparing Channel Point with the rest, is it in the Top 10 beaches in Australia? Is it in the Top 20 beaches in Australia? Well, the best way to find out is to check our Current Australia Best Beach Rankings and see if Channel Point makes the list of most beautiful beaches in Australia!

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Holiday in Channel Point

West Coast region is a place in NT that is very enjoyable to visit and provides a great environment for a holiday.

There have been no negative reports recieved from Locals, Tourists, Fishermen, Surfers, Swimmers or Campers at Channel Point.

Camping in Channel Point

If you intend on camping in Channel Point it is best to see if a booking is required beforehand. When permitted, choosing to go free camping in Channel Point is acceptable, but it is important you follow the local rules of West Coast region.

Generally coastal areas in Australia like Channel Point have a myriad of options for caravans, caravan parks, tents and campgrounds.

Fishing in Channel Point

Many areas through Australia and particularly in West Coast region require a fishing licence to legally go fishing. If you want to go fishing in Channel Point it is recommended that you obtain the adequate recreational fishing licence.

Swimming in Channel Point

Througout Australia and in places such as West Coast region, swimming in the ocean and waterways can be extremly dangerous. When swimming in Channel Point, please be mindful of rip currents, ocean conditions, big swells, drops offs, rocks and marine stingers and predators.

Always swim between the flags in Channel Point where available. Never swim alone!

It is highly recommended you visit Beach Safe Australia before visiting Channel Point to ensure you are prepared for the weather and tidal conditions.

Accomodation in Channel Point

Like many areas throughout Australia, beaches in areas like West Coast region can be quite remote. This means there may be limited accomadation options. If it does exist, accomodation deals in Channel Point can be found online.

Marine and Wildlife in Channel Point

Please note - many Australian speicies are protected, and NT is no exception. Do not feed local wildlife and please be aware you are visiting their natural habitat around West Coast region.

Some common types of marine or wildlife you may find at Channel Point may include:

Marine life in Channel Point: Sharks, Whales, Stingrays, Manta Rays, Turtles, Seals, Dolphins, Starfish, Jellyfish, Blue Bottles, Crabs.

Wildlife life in Channel Point: Kangaroos, Wallabies, Koalas, Kookaburras, Seagulls, Snakes, Lizards, Cockatoos, Possums.

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Surfing in Channel Point

Experienced surfers will find NT conditions vary from day to day. It is advised to always wear a wetsuit and never surf in Channel Point alone.

Boating in Channel Point

Please enquire directly with Channel Point or the office of West Coast region to obtain the rules around the prospect of boating in Channel Point.

Other notes:

There is no information available that confirms whether Channel Point is one of the limited nude beaches in Australia. As a general rule, unless there is clear signage, you cannot assume a beach in NT is one of the few permitted topless beaches in Australia.

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