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The annual ranking of the beach has been largely maintained as “Good” since 2002, and was changed to "Fair" in 2015, 2016 and 2019. During a bathing season, the beach mostly achieves Grade 1, while occasionally it fluctuates to Grade 2.
 
Beach water quality will be affected by the surface run off or discharge from the hinterland during and after heavy rain and bathers are advised not to swim at the beach for up to three days after a storm or heavy rain.   The public are also advised not to swim at the beach until the water quality has improved.
 
 
 

Shek O Beach
Beach Grading in 2021

Shek O Beach
Breakdown of beach grading in the last three bathing seasons (2018 to 2020)

Figures may not add up to 100% due to roundings

Shek O Beach
Long-term trend of beach water quality

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Shek O Beach is sited along the eastern coastline of the D’Aguilar Peninsular, facing the entrance to the Tathong Channel. It is on the western side of Shek O village. To the east of the beach is the main village area, although there are scattered village houses all around the beach area.

Location:
Shek O Road, Shek O
Beach length:
230 meters
Orientation:
Southeast
Transportation:
Public transport route to Shek O is  
First Bus No. 9 (Shek O --- Shaukeiwan)
Map:
Location MapLink to GeoInfo Map


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Please visit the Leisure and Cultural Services Department Website or call the Beach Office for details: (http://www.lcsd.gov.hk/en/beach/)
 
For further news, please visit the Press Releases of the Leisure and Cultural Services Department: (http://www.lcsd.gov.hk/en/ppr_release.php).