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Cape Naturaliste

Cape Naturaliste, Naturaliste WA 6281
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Cape Naturaliste is the northernmost point of the Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge. 

You can explore the Cape Naturaliste coastal scenery by taking short walks along the boardwalks and lookouts, which include the Cape to Cape Track that runs between the Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse and Sugarloaf Rock. This is a world-class, levelled and bituminised trail that hikers of all abilities can tackle (including wheelchairs) and it includes 1 kilometre of timber boardwalk. The view will take your breath away and is an incredible vantage point to spot whales between September to December.

A number of other trails from Cape Naturaliste are:

Cape Naturaliste loop - distance 3.8km

Whale Lookout walk - (return) distance 2.4km 

Cape Naturaliste track to Sugarloaf walk - (one way) distance 3.5km 

Bunker Bay loop - distance 3.6km  

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Google Reviews

Not a popular lookout because its not signed posted well and not close to the road. But a beautiful spot to be. Love WA Whats Inside And How It Works
The place is clean and well run. We were happy to pay the entrance fee and tour fee to keep this place open to the public. Decking Perth
the lighthouse is dripping in history. with sweeping views of the indian ocean, this is not to be missed on the allied margaret river tour Kofi Ofori
Wild, windy and beautiful when we visited in June. Would have loved to have spent more time there. Liz Hill
Great view, clean area! Thomas Böwing
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