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“Rugged beauty.”

The Gap and Natural Bridge
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$950.17*
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4-Day Tour from Perth Including Margaret River, Valley of the Giants Tree Top...
Ranked #3 of 82 things to do in Albany
Certificate of Excellence
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Recommended length of visit: <1 hour
Owner description: The surging power of the Southern Ocean is evident at The Gap, a spectacular channel in the 40 metre high coastal granites of Torndirrup National Park. Lookouts at both the Gap and natural Bridge provide outstanding views of the Southern Ocean and the coast from Bald Head to West Cape Howe. Visitors to the Gap can venture onto a universally accessible new viewing platform 40 metres directly above the surging seas in all but the worst weather conditions. From the gentle and mesmerising heaving of calm seas to the buffeting rush of wind and spray of winter storms the experience changes from day to day. A raised pathway leads from the car-park and picnic area across the top of the exposed granite ramparts to reach the viewing platform at the Gap. The pathway gives safe access to the best views while protecting vulnerable plants and lichens on the rock surface from trampling.
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Reviewed October 30, 2012

Short drive from the centre of Albany & very accessible for all ages. Beautiful, rugged & unique scenery ........ not to be missed.

Thank CarolinaGSydney
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Reviewed October 23, 2012

The view, the ease to walk to both locations nothing to dislike.
even the older people on the coach found the walk OK.

Thank Kathy H
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Reviewed October 16, 2012

We had not heard/read much about this natural phenomina but are so glad that we did come across it and visit it. The whole area is amazing and the views and coastline spectacular. We saw it at low tide so can only imagine what it would have been like at high tide. Would recommend it to anyone and would also recommend good walking shoes which I did not have, not realising what the area was like.

Thank Ann W
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Reviewed October 14, 2012

The spectacular formations. The Gap was eary and the bridge was just fabulous. Great place to take lots of photos

Thank droughtbreaker
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Reviewed October 13, 2012

a very humbling piece of Australian coastline! Don't climb on the rocks anywhere around this part of the coast, I've often been down there showing friends around and frequently see crazy stunts of stupidity.

Thank starfishgalaxy
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