Torndirrup National Park, Albany
(4.7/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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  • This park provides stunning views of natural scenery. It was cold and very windy the day we were there but that didn't stop us from standing in awe watching the water and surrounding area. This park i...  more »
  • Less than 20 kilometres from Albany, the Torndirrup National Park has so much to offer. After picnicking at Frenchman's Bay, we went to the Salmon Holes, an absolutely stunning beach with the whitest ...  more »
  • The park is a beautiful area with many great beaches and coves and walking tracks.The best beaches are Misery and Salmon Holes but all are great. 
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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 park! Great rock formations and just as nature intended!
  • 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!
  • Wonderful views especially the natural bridge