West Cape Howe WA 6330, Australia
West Cape Howe National Park
West Cape Howe National Park is home to the most southern point in Western Australia, Torbay Head. Almost completely covered in heathland and forest and bearing the force of the Great Southern Ocean, this National Park is worth the visit.
Located a 10 minute drive by gravel road from Cosy Corner Beach Cottages, West Cape Howe houses the famous Shelley Beach, and Shelley Beach Lookout where platforms are built into the side of the hilltop for hang gliders and paragliders to launch.
Salmon fishing is a huge draw card during Feb-April at Shelley Beach.
Cosy Corner Road, Torbay
Cosy Corner Beach
Our gorgeous local beach is perfect for families with clear, calm waters during summer. Great diving or paddle boarding out to Migo Island.
256 Cosy Corner Road, Torbay
Cosy Corner Cafe
Cosy Corner Store offers relaxed yet stylish dining for breakfast,
lunch, morning & afternoon teas & dinners on Saturday
nights. (Bookings essential for evening meals)
Freshly roasted coffee, a wide range of leaf teas, freshly squeezed
juices, smoothies and shakes made with real fruit make Cosy Corner Store & Cafe a must.
We support local producers and use fresh, local products where
possible. All poultry and eggs are free range. All cakes and pastries are freshly made in house. We make all our own syrups and coullies for smoothies and milkshakes from real fruit and chocolate.
Accredited cycle friendly cafe with secure bike racks, basic repair kit
& foot pump available
BYO wine & beer
Pooch friendly - Puppy cinos available.
The cafe is run independently from Cosy Corner Beach Cottages. For opening hours please call 08-9845 1000