Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, Canal Rocks Rd, Busselton WA 6280
A piece of rocky coastline formed of jointed, deformed granite-gneiss. A narrow wooden wooden bridge through the rock offers a wonderful view of the coast. It has a large parking area. The toilet facilities are poor, did not have flush and lighting, caught us by surprise!
This is such a beautiful place that I can't stop myself to visit it again and again. This time the bridge is partly accessible as the repairing work is going on. But you can climb the giant rocks in the left side of the bridge.
An incredible spectacle! Such an extraordinary place to explore and admire. Peace, serenity and beauty. This area has an amazingly, zen feeling. A great way to regulate stress in the body.
The bridge’ been repaired, and view is incredible! Love this crystal blue x
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