Via a myriad of twists and turns, up, over and around boulders, scrambling across steep rocky scree, the thread of a track to Toolbrunup Peak winds upward to some of the most breathtaking panoramas of the South West.
Rising to 670m, the sheer face of Castle Rock is a must-see destination in the south west of WA. Offering impressive views over the surrounding canola fields and across to the backbone of the Stirling Ranges on the northern horizon, the park is visited by thrill seeking abseilers and hikers alike.
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.
Situated between Demark and Albany, West Cape Howe National Park is a sublime section of the stunning southern coastline. With a mix of dramatic cliffs, sheltered lagoons and white sandy beaches, this place has it all!
There is something about water, the serenity it evokes, the calmness it reflects, the peacefulness it radiates, that draws all life towards it. Watching the sunrise progress and the world wake up over the Wilson Inlet from a little obscure jetty is a refreshingly meditative and reflective way to spend a morning, especially the last morning of a year.