Torndirrup National Park, Albany

Categories: National Parks, Nature & Parks
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4.7/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web
Torndirrup National Park is located in Albany. Put Torndirrup National Park at the forefront of your travel plans using our Albany trip generator.
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  • the whole National Park scene in the South West of WA is beautiful, there is so much lovely coast to see, all well signposted and most of it is all free. 
  • The Park has many scenic spots to offer the tourist and the park is kept immaculately clean with excellent roads 
  • What to say of South Polar waters ... thousands of colors from blue to blue and green. the coast where crashing waves, a marvel ... the drive to get there 5 hours by pemberton plunged into the forest ... BELLISIMO ... l Australia and a world with all the characters, contradictions rules and beauties and nature, a world not to be missed, but ...
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  • Brilliant place. Once you are up on the platform, with gusty winds hitting you, your adrenaline will definitely be pumping. The London bridge was also a sight to behold. Should quickly head down soon as the park is looking to start charging tourists.
  • Brilliant views from the old radar tower location at the top of stoney hill. Bring a jumper and be sensible around the edges of the drop
  • Amazing veiws. Great signage about the coast.
  • A unique place. Described as the part where Australian continent separated from Antarctica. Massive granite and shore washing producing giant water splashes. Beware don't go too close to the edges!
  • Beautiful, just as nature should be.
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