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

Torndirrup

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

Torndirrup

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

Torndirrup

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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Trails

Bald Head Walk Trail

Bush Walk
12.5 kilometres

Located in the spectacular Torndirrup National Park, the Bald Head Walk Trail is a challenging 12.5 kilometre return traverse of the Flinders Peninsula providing stunning views of the Southern Ocean and King George Sound.  This rewarding hike won’t leave you wanting for more and has a number of great photographic opportunities.

Sharp Point Walk Trail

Bush Walk
250 metres

The Sharp Point Walk Trail is a short 250m loop trail in Torndirrup National Park providing awe inspiring coastal views out to The Gap and Peak Head in the south-east and out to the Albany Wind Farm in the south-west.

Stony Hill Track

Bush Walk
500 metres

Stony Hill is a delightful 500 metre fairly level circular walk which offers spectacular 360 degree views of Torndirrup National Park. There are great views of Peak Head and the Southern Ocean.

Blowholes Trail

Bush Walk
1.6 kilometres

This 1.6 kilometre return walk to the blowholes provides a wonderful view of the rugged coastline of Torndirrup National Park.  Be warned that there are 78 steps and the walk back is all uphill!

Peak Head Track

Bush Walk
4.8 kilometres

Peak Head Track is in the spectacular Torndirrup National Park near Albany. The almost five kilometre return walk follows a sandy track that winds through thick coastal scrub and granite walls.  You are rewarded for your efforts by spectacular views of the Southern Ocean.