Torndirrup National Park

The southern coastline of WA is dramatic, demanding and above all impressive. Such spectacular scenery can be seen at Torndirrup National Park where the hungry Southern Ocean and relentless winds have carved out stunning formations such as the Natural Bridge, Gap and Blow Holes.

Like an angry sea god, it bends even the hardest of granite to its will creating smooth domed outcrops like those at Peak Head and the tessellated pavements common in the park, and when displeased, the Gap and Blow Holes vent its wrath.

The infernal wind is, however, the reason why this location is ideal for a clean energy wind farm. These elegant structures stand boldly along the coast and are quietly responsible for generating 80% of Albany’s power.

For more information on Torndirrup National Park or the Albany Wind Farm visit here or here.