Torndirrup National Park

Torndirrup National Park is the most often visi­ted park in West­ern Australia, and home to many im­pre­ss­ive nat­ural features, draw­ing approxim­ately 250,000 visitors each year. The rugged coastl­ine features roll­ing heathlands, stunn­ing and secluded beaches, anci­ent rock formations and majestic granite sculptures carved by the waves.

Loca­ted just 10 km south of Albany along French­man Bay Road, the park is a must-see when tour­ing the Albany Re­gion.

Please take care to stay on marked paths as the South Coast can be danger­ous and un­pre­dict­able.

You will need a National Parks Day Pass to visit any of these locations.

National Park Fees