Torndirrup National Park, Albany
(4.7/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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  • 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. 
  • Beautiful scenery (as it is everywhere around Albany!!) and Misery Beach is the most inappropriately named beach in the world! 
  • Lots of places to stop and see. Water is so beautiful in this area. Highly recommend making a day of it and stopping at the various sites. 
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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