West Cape Howe National Park
The West Cape Howe National Park covers the coastline from Lowlands beach to Forsythe Bluff and is the most southerly point of Western Australia.
The untouched landscape has granite and black dolerite cliffs, beaches of white sand and beautiful water. There is also a variety of different vegetation and has nearly 500 species of plants.
Nearest town: Albany
Park fee: Free
Where is it? 30km west of Albany
What to see and do: Rugged coastline, hang-gliding, Shelley's Beach, bushwalking, Bibbulmun track, camping (limited to camping sites at Shelley Beach), fishing, rock climbing (for experienced climbers)
Safety information: Whilst viewing the scenery caution must be taken to avoid injury due to rough terrain as slippage may occur. Sturdy footwear is highly recommended.
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