Torndirrup National Park occupies the rugged southern coastline of the Torndirrup and Flinders peninsulas, where limestone cliffs, granite headlands and white sandy beaches bear the full force of the powerful Southern Ocean. At Torndirrup, the ocean has created amazing formations in the granite including tourist attractions, the Natural Bridge and The Gap. The Blowholes, a crackline in the granite, make an impressve sound when air and sea spray is forced through them. The park's windswept coastal heaths give way to massive granite outcrops, sheer cliffs and steep sandy slopes and dunes.
Located 10 kms south of Albany and covering 3,906 hectares this national park is one of the most visited in Western Australia.