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The Blow Holes, Albany

Categories: Geologic Formations, Nature & Parks
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2.4/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web
On a windy day, watch as the sea surges through the rock formations and forcefully spurts water through the granite cracks at The Blow Holes. Stand on the rocks to see the rugged coastline and windswept cliffs. Be careful, though, since the waves are wild and dangerous. Close by are the Gap (natural slit in the rock) and Natural Bridge, all part of a national park. Put The Blow Holes into our Albany vacation planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • It is best to visit The Gap and Natural Bridge first. If there is a big swell the blowholes will be spouting. It is close to 1 km walk each way and the distance is not marked. They were just blowing t...  read more »
  • Great views on the way down the hill. Once you reach the blowholes themselves the rocky descent is quite dramatic. Quite a few people got pretty close to the edge, which seemed a little concerning to ...  read more »
  • Be warned it is a long walk down to the blow hole. The day we went was very windy and the sea was very choppy so I thought for sure the blow hole would be blowing. But..... nothing was happening when ...  read more »
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