About this park
Gull Rock National Park takes its name from a small island off Ledge Beach. There are several high lookout points in the park. These have outstanding views of Breaksea and Michaelmas Islands, King George Sound and the Torndirrup Peninsula.
The sheltered and secluded beaches are good for swimming, snorkelling and diving. The water is clear and the sand, fine and white.
While you’re here, cast out a line. There could be a fish for supper! Responsible recreational fishing is permitted in the park. Help protect marine biodiversity and know the latest bag, size and possession limits.
Take a bushwalk along the many tracks in the park. This 2,000-hectare reserve is an area of exceptional botanical richness. Plant lovers will be delighted at the green treasures to be found. The park has several species of threatened native plants including some remaining stands of Scarlet Banksia (Banksia coccinea). The tracks offer access to high vantage points. So, while you walk you can enjoy the picturesque coastal views!
Plan when to visit. Read this safety information about bushwalking, swimming, surfing, fishing, snorkelling, diving and horse riding. Consider travelling with a personal location beacon (PLB). In the event you need to be rescued it could save your life!
- Fishing from rocks is extremely dangerous. Some local sporting goods suppliers loan out safety vests provided by the Nathan Drew Memorial Trust.
Canoeing and kayaking
Plants, wildlife and fungi
Visit the Atlas of Living Australia for a list of species recorded in Gull Rock National Park.
We recognise and acknowledge Minang people as the traditional owners of Gull Rock National Park.