Enjoy the pristine marine environment of the Southern Australian coastline, on the journey though the Torndirrup National Park. Feel the exhilarating force of the powerful ocean as it heaves itself against the granite walls. Simply breath-taking!
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Duration: 3.5 hours
Starting times 9:00 AM, 1:30 PM
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  • Visit Torndirrup National Park
  • Enjoy morning/afternoon tea with cake
  • Get guided commentary
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Take in the 360 degree views of the coastline from the summit of Stoney Hill. From here, amidst the bushland it is possible to see the vast expanse of the Southern Ocean and the rugged coastlines that early explorers first encountered as they rounded the peninsula for the sheltered waters of Princess Royal Harbour.

Get closer to the edge! At The Gap, feel the power of the wind and water from the masterfully crafted, protected walkway lookout over the Gap.  See the pounding waves as they thrash the granite walls and surge through the spaces. Exhilarating!  Travel on to the cove from where sailing boats launch into the quiet harbor before one more view from the Albany Wind Farm to Mutton Bird Island. Looking across the vibrant City of Albany, see the granite formations of the Stirling and Porongurup Ranges in the distance. Complete your journey and exploration of the impressive coastline with a relaxing refreshment at Middleton Beach.
  • National Park entry
  • Guided commentary
  • Morning/afternoon tea/coffee and cake
  • Courtesy pick-up
What’s Not Included
  • Gratuities

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Meeting point

Albany Visitor Centre 221 York St Albany WA

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From US$ 76.80 per person