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Suitable for

  • Babies & toddlers
  • Child care professionals
  • Dads
  • Suitable for all abilities
  • Suitable for all ages

Facilities

  • Beaches
  • Bush Tracks (cycle/walk/dual use)
  • Campsites & Caravan Parks
  • Conventional Playground
  • Cycling/Scooter Trail
  • National Parks
  • Paths
  • Walking Trail

Amenities

  • BBQs
  • Coffee Shop
  • Seating/Tables
  • Toilets

Torndirrup National Park

Situated on the Torndirrup Peninsula which shelters Albany from the Great Southern Ocean, Torndirrup National Park has some of the Rainbow Coast's most extraordinary natural features. The Park covers almost four thousand hectares and is home to the famous 'Gap' and 'Natural Bridge' granite rock formations which have formed over thousands of years slowly worn away by the Great Southern Ocean. Known for it's wildflowers, Torndirrup's flowers are open between October and January whilst whale watching is popular between May and October. Other attractions include Stony Hill, Salmon Holes, Cable Beach, Frenchman Bay and The Blowholes.

Full play space listing available on the Nature Play WA app’s “PLAY IN WA” section. Visit the Apple iTunes store(Apple devices) or Google Play Store (Android devices) and search for Nature Play WA to download the free app!

Where

Torndirrup National Park

Albany, 6330

WA, Australia

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