Conspicuous Cliff

Day Use Area


Conspicuous Beach Road, Nornalup, Western Australia.


Appreciate the powerful beauty of the southern coastline from the lookout over Conspicuous Cliff. There is an unspoiled beach, limestone cliffs, and granite headlands. Spectacular limestone cliffs, after which the site is named, are a photographers delight, as is the large surf that pounds the shore of this pristine beach. Conspicuous Cliff is easily accessible by two wheel drive, the walk trails and lookouts provide spectacular views and a chance to witness the antics of migrating whales in winter and spring. Take your time and appreciate the fabulous coastal heathland featuring swamp paperbark and the red flowing gum. From the car park (200m return) there is a picnic shelter and lookout platform accessible to all. There is a fantastic boardwalk and stairs down to the beach where you can fish for salmon, feel the sand between your toes as you comb the beach for shells. Seabirds and other marine life are found here all year round Your safety Coast risk area - This stretch of coast can be hazardous due to large, unpredictable waves and swells, slippery rocks and strong currents and rips all year round so swimming is not advised. Rocks can be slippery when wet. When rock fishing be aware of freak waves. Pets are not permitted. Whalewatch Lookout Distance: 650m return Time: 30 mins Class 2 This walk is quite steep and up many steps but the effort is rewarded with great views of the beach which is bordered on both sides Beach Boardwalk Distance: 800 m return Time: 30 mins Class 2 Descend along a boardwalk to the beach where waves crash loudly and walk in the salty, invigorating wind.

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Lat: -35.036952 Lng: 116.843797


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