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At Cape Naturaliste there are several beach tracks. We took the one leading to the whale watching platform (approx. 800 metres from the carpark). When we arrived at the viewing platform we were thrilled to be able to see many many whales including a pod...More
Make sure you plan your trip well and take plenty of water, wear a hat and remember your . The walk during spring has an abundance of wildflowers, this may slow the walk due to frequent stops for snaps. Any walk at any time will...More
We often drive to Sugarloaf rock and venture on the walk trail to the lighthouse yes a good walk.
Remember to wear a Hat. Slip slop slap and dont forget your water bottle and a snack along the way plenty of stops to be taken...More
Short drive from our resort, we went there in the evening and were the last there. We opted for guided tour, easier to appreciate the beauty of the place and keeps the young ones involved. So as we headed up the hill to the lighthouse,...More
Worthwhile stop to this lighthouse and pay to take the tour inside. Our guide was very pleasant and knowledgeable. Great view and you got a sense of the life of a lighthouse keeper and the story of this lighthouse.
Interesting to see how it operated...More
The area around the lighthouse has many easy walks, all well marked and well made paths.
Great views of sunset along way if you time it right.
Even a chance to spot a whale, although we were not so fortunate.
No costs here.
Easy access from Lighthouse car park with multiple trails to choose from.
My walk from the car park to the Whale Lookout and around the Naturaliste Loop back to the car only took 1hr15min.
New signage is coming thanks to the renovations...More
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Unfortunately all these walk trails exist in the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park and as such all dogs are forbidden. They disturb the native wildlife simply by leaving their scent, not to mention some areas are... More
Unfortunately all these walk trails exist in the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park and as such all dogs are forbidden. They disturb the native wildlife simply by leaving their scent, not to mention some areas are 1080 baited.
Please check the City of Busselton website for places you can legally take your dog for recreation.