Stretching between the two coastal capes, Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park - Cowaramup in the south-west corner of the State offers amazing beach and forest experiences and is only a 3.5-hour drive from Perth.
With world-class surf breaks, calm swimming beaches, rocky headlands, tall timber forests, stunning caves and excellent camping facilities, this pristine park is worth a visit.
At Cowaramup Bay, mid-way between the two capes, you can try surfing or throw in a fishing line from the beach and snare a catch of the Indian Ocean's best.
The sheltered bay at Cowaramup is suitable for launching a small boat.
Four-wheel driving tracks lead to isolated surfing and fishing spots - and in this remote and pristine part of the world, it's easy to find your own stretch of sand to enjoy.
For adventurers, head to the granite sea cliffs south of Biljedup Beach for rock climbing. There are regular tours for beginners and experts.
The town of Cowaramup is also known for its dairy, timber and wine-growing industries. Located in the Margaret River wine region, Cowaramup boasts some award-winning wineries.
Tourists are advised to check for alerts and road/park closures before commencing their travel on www.emergency.wa.gov.au and https://alerts.dbca.wa.gov.au