Shell Beach is a quirky stop in the middle of Australia's Shark Bay, just 84 kilometers from the Northwest Coastal Highway. If you're a fan of pristine white beaches, clear blue waters, and perfect unspoiled nature, Shell Beach is the stop for you. Beach lovers enjoy the beauty of Shell Beach, and nature lovers enjoy learning about the natural history of the area. Unlike many beaches, Shell Beach has trillions of tiny shells instead of the usual sand found at typical ocean resorts and lakeside destinations. Visitors come from all over the world to see the trillions of snow-white shells for themselves.