This is a very well serviced natural attraction. A sealed road leads all the way, then a concrete path to both the bridge and the Gap. A steel balustrade halts your progress. The coastline is stunning and it's well worth the trip, but don't bypass some of the other attractions in the area.
Cable beach is 200m on the same road closer back to town. The ocean is an amazing colour and you'll get an idea of it's massive power as you spy a precarious granite boulder perched on a rock formation in the middle of the beach. read the sign, it's estimated to be 100 tonnes and was thrown there by the surf.
I think the prettiest attraction in the area is the stunning little beach - Salmon Holes. Same road that you drove in on, just further along.
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