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Explore the South West's rugged coastline on this guided coach tour of Torndirrup National Park, taking in the surf-pummelled cliffs of The Gap, native wildflowers, giant wind turbines and Albany's historic whaling past. Be wowed by the natural beauty and majesty of this breathtaking windswept area.
Albany and the Great Southern coastline is nothing short of epic, and you'll get to explore it and more on this half-day guided coach tour of Torndirrup National Park and Bay. Step out over the swirling, roiling sea at The Gap, a mind-boggling location that was only 30 million years ago connected to Antarctica. Gaze up at the giant wind turbines at Albany Wind Farm, before getting up close with some of WA's prettiest native wildflowers at both the Australian Wildlife Park and Regional Wildflower Park.
Albany has a huge whaling past, and you can learn about it at the historic whaling station. While the only whales captured today are those breaching the water by keen photographers, this former whaling station, the only intact one in the world, is a chance to eyeball mammoth humpback and southern right skeletons, bone up on local whale tales and hop onboard the only whale chasing boat in existence today. Round out the day with panoramic coastal views of the Bay at Salmon Holes, Jimmy Newells Harbour and Stony Hill.
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This experience runs with a minimum of four and a maximum of 12 participants.
Wear a hat, sunscreen, sunglasses and comfortable walking shoes.
This experience takes place in Torndirrup National Park, WA.