Appreciating nature at Gull Rock
Gull Rock National Park situated 25 km southeast of Albany is a south coast beauty spot with sweeping views, plus great swimming, fishing and bushwalking.
High vista points in the landscape offer outstanding views of Breaksea and Michaelmas Islands, King George Sound and Torndirrup Peninsula.
The 2,593 hectares reserve is also an area of exceptional botanical richness. It contains several species of threatened native flora and has the most significant remaining stands of scarlet banksia (Banksia coccinea) in the region.