About this park
This park has several natural wonders created by the wind and the pounding waves of the Southern Ocean. You'll be blown away (but not literally!) at the views from the state-of-the-art platforms at The Gap and Natural Bridge. They are safe and accessible. There are lots of places to see and things to do such as walking, sightseeing, photography, beach fishing and surfing.
During the winter months you may be lucky to see migrating whales from the cliffs. This area has a long whaling history and a trip to the whaling museum at the old whaling station is fascinating.
Review Amazingly beautiful coastline
There are so many interesting places to visit in this national park, take the time to seek them all out. 382albert - Trip Advisor
Plan when to visit. Read this safety information about bushwalking, surfing and fishing. Consider travelling with a personal location beacon (PLB). In the event you need to be rescued it could save your life!
- The Torndirrup coast has a notorious record for accidents and deaths due to people slipping or being washed into the ocean by large waves, gusting winds or extra-large swells. Please exercise extreme caution and don't risk being the next victim.
- If you are going fishing you are advised to wear a Personal Flotation Device or life vest. Rock fishing is extremely dangerous on this coastline and is not recommended. Consider beach fishing – it is much safer.
- Always be aware of your surroundings and pay attention to visitor risk warning signs. Hazard warning signs are placed there for your protection and safety.
Plants, wildlife and fungi
Visit the Atlas of Living Australia for a list of species recorded in Torndirrup National Park.
We recognise and acknowledge Menang people as the traditional owners of Torndirrup National Park.