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The Gap and Natural Bridge

Via Frenchman Bay Road, Torndirrup National Park | Great Southern Region, Albany, Western Australia 6330, Australia
+61 8 9841 9290
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Via Frenchman Bay Road, Torndirrup National Park | Great Southern Region, Albany, Western Australia 6330, Australia
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Scary but beautiful. You can see the waves crash onto the rocks far below you. A must- see in Albany ✨✨✨✨✨

Thank princessbubblegum9
Reviewed yesterday

The amazingly beautiful scenery, captivating in all aspects. The place is magnificent in every way, thanks to the platform.

Thank binbin180311
Reviewed 3 days ago

This place is nothing short of stunning. It's a pure natural beauty, and is as beautiful as it is dangerous. Be sure to wear grippy shoes, and tread carefully.

Thank ShoeiFantaRaraBubba
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

A lot of money has been spent to provide Tourists with excellent viewing of some of our natural wonders, excellent photo opportunities to be had The drive in is on sealed roads, plenty of information available on display signs for all scenes visited

Thank grahamjonmackay
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

First time visiting since the new viewing platform has been erected. Much more people friendly. If you can sum up the courage to walk to the edge the view is breathtaking. The surrounding rocks are beautiful making a very different landscape. Not far to walk...More

Thank Sandie N
Reviewed 6 days ago

Absolutely spectacular, especially standing above the great southern ocean and looking down at all that power - easy to get around, certainly much safer now. Certainly recommend.

Thank glarsen81
Reviewed 6 days ago

The wind was biting and the waves were pounding which made it very spectacular. We had not visited this site for 20 years and the access facilities are really good. Congratulations to those who planned the upgrade

Thank Marmetat62
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A must see not too far by car from Albany Township. The granite rocks are impressive with easy pathways and good lookout points.

Thank TinaMalone27
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Awesome what they have done here, very impressive. The power of the southern ocean below your feet. Make sure you take a jumper and hold on to handrail as wind can be ferocious

Thank Ken H
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Very well paved and only a very short wall to both attractions. The location is just a short drive off the main road and there is a small car park charge for parking your car but its worth going to see.

Thank Cynthia M
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Daniel C
do you have to pay to visit?
8 February 2017|
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Response from DPaW_2016 | Property representative |
Thanks Dan, much appreciated. Yes, there is a national park entry fee applicable at Torndirrup National Park, where The Gap and Natural Bridge are located. Your address suggests you are visiting from the UK. Here's some... More
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HappyWanderer168
Has the road block been lifted off the Gap Road? I read that road closure until further notice which I do not think there was any further notices. I was thinking of visiting the place in June and yes, I am aware that it might be very cold. Just cross my fingers that its going to be one sunny winter day :D
10 April 2016|
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Response from MrBoofhead |
Hi, Yes the road and all the facilities are now open
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Ma D
Open when?
1 December 2015|
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