The Bald Head Walking Track provides a spectacular way to check out the stunning coastal scenery of the Flinders Peninsula in the Torndirrup National Park near Albany. The challenging walk provides hiking enthusiasts with a rewarding and breathtaking view of the coastline at the end of the track.
Walk through the thriving bushland to discover an array of native plants. If you have the chance to visit in spring you will enjoy the spectacular display of wildflowers during the season. Be mesmerized by the magnificent southwest coastline and keep your eye out for whales gliding through the ocean.
The walking track is an arduous 12.5 kilometres and requires a good level of fitness. It will take between 6 and 8 hours to complete the walk to Bald Head and back. Appropriate enclosed footwear and long shirts and trousers are recommended.
Bald Head is 25 minutes drive from Albany and 4.5 hours drive south of Perth.
Torndirrup National Park, Albany, Western Australia, 6330