Attractions

The Gap and Natural Bridge

The surging power of the Southern Ocean is evident at The Gap, a spectacular channel in the 40m high coastal granites of Torndirrup National Park.

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Blowholes

The Blowholes are one of nature's many fascinating creations in Torndirrup National Park. Water sprays up through the rock platform well above sea level, depending on the swell conditions.

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Cable Beach

Located right next to The Gap and Natural Bridge, Cable Beach is known for its rough and treacherous waves and coastline.

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Stony Hill And Peak Head

Enjoy wildflowers, interesting rock formations, and scenic views in all directions on a short walk around Stony Hill, the highest point in Torndirrup National Park. This is also the start point for the longer walk to spectacular Peak Head.

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Jimmy Newells

A 100m walk from the parking area takes you to a lookout over this 'secret' haven.

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Bald Head And Isthmus Hill

A challenging walk with outstanding views rolling over the Isthmus Hill to Flinders Peninsula.

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Misery Beach

A small, secluded and very beautiful north-facing beach, offering shelter even in the worst weather conditions and great for swimming, snorkelling, surfing and fishing.

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Salmon Holes

A beautiful but treacherous beach. The view from the lookout above Salmon Holes is one of the most photographed views on the Torndirrup Peninsula.

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