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Sugarloaf Rock, Cape Naturaliste

4.7
#2 of 8 in Nature in Busselton
Must see · Geologic Formation · Nature / Park
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  • A must visit photography location. The rock was much larger than I expected, and I was really happy to visit this location. A great part of the coastline in WA. 
    A must visit photography location. The rock was much larger than I expected, and I was really happy to visit this location. A great part of the coastline in WA.  more »
  • I really couldn't see why this is rated as an attraction? Sure it's a nice bit of coastline but no better than anything else around the area. It's just a rock? Perplexed. 
    I really couldn't see why this is rated as an attraction? Sure it's a nice bit of coastline but no better than anything else around the area. It's just a rock? Perplexed.  more »
  • Whilst not as accessible as Canal Rocks, Sugarloaf Rock is worth visiting just for the sight of it protruding so far up from the ocean. As well as being a nesting place for a tropic bird it's... 
    Whilst not as accessible as Canal Rocks, Sugarloaf Rock is worth visiting just for the sight of it protruding so far up from the ocean. As well as being a nesting place for a tropic bird it's...  more »
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  • Great place to have a swim and snorkel. Take care to track around the rock...
  • Pretty. Beautiful beach. Super clear water and you can see the lighthouse from there.
  • Excellent place to visit. You can explore the rocks below but at your own risk.
  • Far from being a loaf of bread but the view's pretty sweet. So the name half makes sense. Pretty fun place to navigate your way around the rocks, just don't do anything silly like climbing the rocks while the tide's coming and the wind's up. I actually looked up in Wikipedia that some unlucky soul lost their life here back in 1934. But I don't think the rock's changed much since then, so be on your toes and best behaviour.
  • Beautiful views especially at sunrise and sunset excellent walking paths, parking and toilets

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