Explore the beauty of our rugged coast from Torndirrup National Park out to Frenchman Bay. Admire the giant wind turbines at the Albany Wind Farm, Be awed by the fierce ocean at The Gap and Natural Bridge, Step back into history at Frenchman Bay, Explore an intact whale processing factory and whale chasing ship at Albany Whaling Station, Visit Australian Native Animals and Wildflowers at the Australian Wildlife Park and Regional Wildflower Garden, and admire the views of the Salmon Holes, Jimmy Newells Harbour and Stony Hill.
$162 child (4 - 14)
$660 family (2 adults + 2 children)
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At the bottom of Western Australia, Torndirrup National Park and Bay is one of the most spectacular places that you need to tick off your bucket list. So, experience all the best sights and attractions with this full day tour from Albany.
After boarding a comfortable bus in the morning, you’ll take off on an action-packed day of exploration through the rugged coast of Torndirrup National Park to Frenchman Bay. You’ll visit the giant wind turbines at the Albany Wind Farm, which has panoramic views across Torbay to West Cape Howe National Park and the city of Albany. Stop to see the picturesque natural inlet of Jimmy Newell’s Harbour. Enjoy a bushtucker-inspired morning tea at Frenchman Bay and get your fill of cultural and historical insight about the area.
You’ll also visit Salmon Holes - a famous fishing spot in Albany which attracts fishermen from around the world hoping to catch the mighty Australian Salmon. The beach here is a pristine and popular spot for locals and tourists. It’s also notorious for unpredictable king waves that are exciting to see. Then stop at the Australian Wildlife Park, where you can get up close with native animals like wombats, kangaroos, koalas and more.
For lunch you’ll relax on the alfresco dining deck at Whalers Galley Cafe, and choose from a selection of light lunches, cooked seafood, coffee and homemade cakes. At Albany Whaling Station you’ll take a step back in time to the whaling industry of Albany’s past.
Stop in at the Regional Wildlife Garden to stroll the wooden boardwalks through the lush natural beauty. There are also viewing stations along the way where you can enjoy views of the coastline, and even see whales in the winter months. Visit Stony Hill - one of the highest points overlooking the sea - for a 500m loop walk with 360 degree views of Torndirrup National Park, Princess Royal Harbour, King George Sound and the town of Albany. Then you’ll finish off the tour at the iconic coastline attractions: The Gap and Natural Bridge. It’s the perfect way to wrap up an epic day of adventurous sightseeing.
Torndirrup National Park (Departing Albany)