Torndirrup National Park
Torndirrup National Park is the most often visited park in Western Australia, and home to many impressive natural features, drawing approximately 250,000 visitors each year. The rugged coastline features rolling heathlands, stunning and secluded beaches, ancient rock formations and majestic granite sculptures carved by the waves.
Located just 10 km south of Albany along Frenchman Bay Road, the park is a must-see when touring the Albany Region.
Please take care to stay on marked paths as the South Coast can be dangerous and unpredictable.
You will need a National Parks Day Pass to visit any of these locations.