Attractions

Cape Naturaliste

Tour the lighthouse and explore the coastal scenery around the cape on a network of short walks and lookouts.

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Bunker Bay

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Bunker Bay is a great spot for beach combing, with pretty scenery and an interesting walk trail.

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Shelley Cove

This delightful little beach is about 70m long and features large granite rocks that protrude from the water.

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Other Side Of The Moon

The shore-line on the western side of Cape Naturaliste is rocky and exposed to ocean swells.

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Windmills

Another beautiful coastal location in the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park and busy surf break.

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Sugarloaf Rock

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This photogenic rock near Cape Naturaliste is named for its distinctive conical shape and is a popular stop for sightseers.

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Three Bears - Kabbijgup

Three Bears - Kabbijgup has a parking area and stairs to the popular surf breaks south of Sugarloaf Rock.

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Rabbit Hill Yallingup

Rabbit Hill has a parking area and lookout high above the beach just north of Yallingup.

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Smiths Beach

Smiths Beach is a well known swimming, surfing and fishing location.

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Canal Rocks

The remnants of oceanic swells, broken by a massive finger of rock, surge through a network of canals.

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Injidup Beach

Injidup is a beautiful beach with a well known surf break.

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Moses Rock North

Moses Rock North is a popular surf break.

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Moses Rock South

Moses Rock South is a popular surf break and fishing spot.

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Gallows

A popular surfing beach between Wilyabrup and Gracetown. Camping is not permitted. 

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Guillotines

A great surfing and fishing destination.

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South Point

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South Point is a popular surf break on the southern side of Cowaramup Bay at Gracetown.

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Lefthanders

Lefthanders is a well known surf location just south of Gracetown.

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Ellensbrook House

The historic homestead at Ellensbrook has been restored by the National Trust, be sure to visit.

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Meekadarabee Falls

Meekadarabee is a short walk from the Ellensbrook historical homestead.

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Ellensbrook Beach

Ellensbrook Beach is a small, rocky beach with popular surfing breaks near the mouth of the Ellen Brook.

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Redgate Beach

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This beautiful sandy beach nestled between rocky outcrops is also renowned for the Redgate surf break.

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Conto Spring

Conto Spring has a freshwater spring with clean, cold water that flows from the high limestone ridge above the beach.

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Calgardup Cave and Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park Information Centre

Take a stroll 27m down into Calgardup Cave’s magnificently decorated chambers.

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Giants Cave

Adventure awaits as you descend into the park’s deepest cave.

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Mammoth Cave

Mammoth Cave is an extremely large cave with an astounding array of formations. During winter, a stream flows through, creating reflections and giving life.

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Cave Works and Lake Cave

The Cave Works Discovery Centre, as well as Lake Cave, one of the deepest tourist caves in Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, are both well worth a visit.

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Boranup Forest

Take a scenic drive through one of the stunning forests in Western Australia.

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Boranup Lookout

The lookout gives sweeping views over the forest and coastal heath down to Hamelin Bay and the Indian Ocean.

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Hamelin Bay

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Hamelin Bay has numerous tiny islands, reefs and beautiful clear waters. It is well known for the stingrays that patrol the shallows.

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Cosy Corner

Cosy Corner is a stunning coastal area with a white sandy beach, rocky headlands and small limestone islands offshore.

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Jewel Cave

Jewel Cave is the largest cave in the area, with an entry through a spectacular cavern. Three main chambers feature outstanding limestone formations.

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Skippy Rock

A low rocky point is joined to the shore by a sand bridge with beaches facing west and south.

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Quarry Bay

The limestone for the nearby Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse was quarried at this bay.

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Water Wheel

The historic waterwheel was used to supply the nearby Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse keepers with water.

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Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse

The working historic lighthouse, open for tours daily, has views of the Indian Ocean to the west, and the Southern Ocean to the south and east.

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Trails

Quenda Trail

Bush Walk
4 kilometres

This four kilometre trail can be undertaken as a loop trail or a coastal beach walk past the magnificent granite outcrops of Torpedo Rock then ending at Smiths Beach car park.

Whale Lookout Walk Trail

Bush Walk
2.4 kilometres

This 2.4 kilometre Whale Lookout walk is the shortest and most popular trail from the Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse .  The track takes you to a lookout over the cliffs and out to sea.  A spur boardwalk leads down to another lookout perched on the outer cliff top.

Bunker Bay Loop

Bush Walk
3.6 kilometres

This 3.6 kilometre walk lies at the tip of Cape Naturaliste near Dunsborough.  It offers superb cliff top views and has the option to drop down to Shelley Cove at the eastern end.

Cape Naturaliste to Sugarloaf Rock

Bush Walk
3.5 kilometres

This 3.5 kilometre length of the Cape to Cape track is wheelchair accessible and provides stunning coastal views between Cape Naturaliste and Sugarloaf rock.

Cape Naturaliste Track

Bush Walk
4 kilometres

This easy four kilometre trail is the most westerly loop of the Cape Naturaliste Walk Trail Network, taking you nearly all the way to the tip of the cape with spectacular views along the way.

Cape to Cape Track

Bush Walk
123 kilometres

The Cape to Cape Walk Track runs for 123 kilometres along the Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge, between the lighthouses of Cape Naturaliste and Cape Leeuwin in the far south west of Western Australia.  It features spectacular coastal and forest scenery, a fascinating geology of cliffs, caves, headlands and rock formations and an ever-changing display of vegetation and wildflowers.

Meelup Reserve Trail

Bush Walk
7 kilometres

The Meelup Reserve Trail is a beautiful serene 7 km coastal walk that traverses along the north-facing Geographe Bay. This lovely bush track is a moderately easy walk consisting mainly of a limestone and granite path decorated with stunning white sandy turquoise bays and pristine bushland.

Commonage Road Trail

Drive (2WD)
10 kilometres

There’s Nothing “Common” about Commonage!

Camping and Accommodation

Conto Campground

Leeuwin-Naturaliste

Large sheltered campground nestled within shady peppermint woodland close to Conto Beach and other park attractions.

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Point Road Campground

Leeuwin-Naturaliste

A small, sheltered campground set in peppermint woodland on the fringes of the majestic Boranup Forest.

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Boranup Campground

Leeuwin-Naturaliste

A small campground set in the Boranup Forest with only seven campsites, suitable for tents and small campervans only.

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Jarrahdene Campground

Leeuwin-Naturaliste

Jarrahdene Campground is nestled in beautiful bushland with a mix of jarrah, marri and peppermint trees.

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Hamelin Bay Holiday Park

Leeuwin-Naturaliste

Hamelin Bay Holiday Park is a privately operated and fully serviced caravan and camping area.

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