Albany: The Gap and Natural Bridge (Torndirrup National Park)

The Gap, Albany

This cliff face has some serious drama.

Drama in the sense that you walk across a 40m-high steel bridge and stand over the cliff whilst waves smash and splash against the rocks.

The Gap (Tordinnup National Park) is a 15-20-minute drive from Albany’s City Centre. A $6 Day pass (per car) allows you access to many of the amazing granite formations in the area including the Gap, Natural Bridge and the Blowholes.

The Gap, Albany

Just a few metres from the Gap is Natural Bridge. As the name suggests, it a bridge made from the Earth. It is another rock formation (but less dramatic than the Gap). The place is also popular for whale-watching in Winter.

The Blowholes were also nearby but were out of action on the day we went. Overall, the Park is filled with dramatic coastlines and scenic lookouts.

Check out my post on Albany here

Shot on Canon 60D.

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