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This is a must see part of the southern Western Australian coastline. The sights are spectacular and the roads and paths are a credit to local and state authorities.
Absolutely stunning part of Australia, incredible fishing in Frenchman's Bay when the salmon are running, historical attractions with the whaling museum and plenty of natural features to wow you. Longer more adventurous hikes for those who choose or just soak up the little trails to the popular spots. @wanderrichly
The views and walks along this coastline deserves the 5 star rating. Bald Head and Peak Head reward the hiker with sensational views, wildflowers and whale spotting when in season.
The first National Park I visited in WA and remains my favourite in the southwest. Salmon Holes, Blowholes and The Gap are all worth visiting. The rugged natural landscape is breathtaking. Love going back here. The air is fresh and wild.
Beautiful rugged coastline, saw quite a few whales, and even though it rained it was still a great walk