A four kilometre walk of medium difficulty that offers outstanding views along the coast. Walk begins at the car park at the end of Canal Rocks Road.
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This place is generally very windy. We went to this place without knowing the weather forecast. When we reached there, the wind speed picked up very quickly and it was a rainy day. We could barely stand up and enjoy the beauty. This place will be gorgeous to watch on a bright and sunny day. The facilities are good and under surveillance.
I think if I’m ever here again at Margaret River in Perth, or my friends are coming, I will highly recommend to visit this place!It’s free and you can have your coffee and chips by the rocks. I saw some people sun tanning.Beautiful views. We spent only about 30 min here as we found this place last min and it wasn’t on our original itinerary.Highly recommended to visit!!
Definitely worth a look. There is this cool wooden walkway that goes over the water and the place is pristine. This place would be amazing at sunset too. There are toilets there but enter at your own risk and bring a peg for your nose lol A great spot to see some of natures untouched beauty.
This has easily become my favourite place in Dunsborough. The climb to watch waves crashing into the rocks, the bridge that provides a great photo spot and the therapeutic sounds of water flowing, come together to form an uplifting experience.
Photos self-explanatory. Great view at sunset, boardwalk & optional easy rock scrambling, sit & watch the crashing waves and taste the salt air if the wind is up. More fun when it's windy and wet as the waves get wild. Public toilets available. Don't cross the bridge if it's too stormy; a tiny sign warns you can get swept away.