Torndirrup National Park - Albany, Western Australia

Torndirrup National Park is a national park in the Great Southern region of Western Australia (Australia), 400 kilometres (249 mi) southeast of Perth and 10 km (6.2 mi) south of Albany. Torndirrup National Park has many impressive rock formations on the coast. These include the Gap, Natural Bridge and the Blowholes all shaped from the local granite. The park is along the coast on the west side of King George Sound and consists of a range of cliffs, gullies, blowholes, beaches and promontories.
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Cave Point Light House - Built in 1976 it is one of two Australian Corpas-Sarsat Satellite ground receiver stations in Australia, the other site being near Bundaberg in Qld. Corpas-Sarsat is an International Satellite-aided Search & Rescue System that detects emergency beacon activated distress signals or automatic detection when a vessel sinks or a plane crashes.

Cave Point Light House - Built in 1976 it is one of two Australian Corpas-Sarsat Satellite ground receiver stations in Australia, the other site being near Bundaberg in Qld. Corpas-Sarsat is an International Satellite-aided Search & Rescue System that detects emergency beacon activated distress signals or automatic detection when a vessel sinks or a plane crashes.

The Gap

The Gap - Albany, Australia's South West

Albany Windfarm Turbine

The Albany Wind Farm Albany, Western Australia. Closeup of the turbine near the start of the Windfarm Walk along the Torndirrup Peninsula

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