Cape Naturaliste Walking Trails
There are numerous easy walks along the coast. This is a great family experience for all ages. The walk from Dunsborough to Meelep takes about an hour each way. There is are amazing swimming spots along the way. Walking through the unspoilt native bush you will experince amazing views of the ocean, stunning scenery and you could bump into a kangaroo.
Castle Rock is located at the end of Castle Bay – a beautiful white sandy beach ideal for swimming and picnics. The views from the top of Castle Rock are spectacular. When the waves are big and dangerous head for Castle Bay because it is protected.
Ngilgi Cave can be found on Geographe Bay and Margaret River Region just off Caves Road. The Ngilgi Cave was formerly known as Yallingup Cave. The cave houses stunning stalactite, stalagmite, helictite and shawl formations.
Meelup Reserve Trail
This particular seaside walk weaves around the peaceful waters of Geographe Bay from Dunsborough to Meelup. Highlights include whale watching lookouts, small bay communities, various ecosystems and even several of the greatest beaches in Western Australia
Leewin-Naturaliste National Park
The national park takes in incredible views of the spectacular Indian Ocean finished with tidal pools, lagoons, rugged cliffs, sandy beaches as well as rock formations.
Wildlife is plentiful with opportunity sightings of dolphins surfing beach breaks as well as southern right whales and humpback may usually be observed around June to December. Rare and terrestrial birds and common sea should be noticed for Sugarloaf Rock and Cape Leeuwin.
This picturesque beach is one not to miss! Beautiful white sand, clear turquoise water and shady grassed areas. Meelup Beach is the perfect spot for a family beach day, ideal for picnics and swimming in it’s calm waters. Grab your snorkel and explore the crystal clear waters.
This particular picturesque beach is but one never to miss! Gorgeous white sand, clear turquoise water and shady grassed areas. Meelup Beach may be the ideal spot for a family unit beach day, perfect for swimming and picnics. Grab the snorkel of yours and examine the really clear waters.
A great natural attraction. The water gushing through the rocks on a windy day is very impressive. Hopping over the rocks is a fun activity of the whole family.
Injidup Beach and Spa
A perfect spot for surfing, snorkeling and sliding down the sand dunes, swimming and diving.
The Injidup Spa is a hidden gem – just a short walk over rocks. The water rushes overs the rocks and falls into a pool forming a spectacular natural spa.