The Torndirrup National Park is home to a range of spectacular natural wonders, and is one of the most visited national parks in Western Australia. The drive through Torndirrup is stunning and leads down to the rugged southern coastline.
The Gap and Natural Bridge have been formed over hundreds of years by the ocean eroding a large gap in one rock face and a natural arch in another. A short walk will lead you to the blowholes, a split in the rock where the waves force air out the top.
For the walking enthusiast, take one of the easily accessible bush walks through the park to see a plethora of stunning wildflowers in season. Alternatively for the more adventurous, take the medium grade coastal walk to Bald Head, the landmark that once guided explorers into King George Sound.
Torndirrup National Park is a 15 minute drive from Albany, which is a four and a half hour drive southeast of Perth.
Tourists are advised to check for alerts and road/park closures before commencing their travel on www.emergency.wa.gov.au and https://alerts.dbca.wa.gov.au
ActivitiesFishing Rock Climbing Swimming Walks
Disabled AssistanceDisabled access available
Entry fees apply to Torndirrup National Park see https://parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au/know/park-entry-fees