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Being from a coastal province of Canada, maybe I've seen too many rocky coastlines. I didn't think this was anything special. It was a bit of a drive to get out here and couldn't understand the Tripadvisor hype. I'm not saying it was a waste...More
Be prepared for the heat & the flies if you go in the Summer months and wear sturdy shoes. The petrified fortress is really interesting. A short walk from the car park on a barren rocky surface gets you to them and not far from...More
A nice little spot with lovely vistas including large waves, cliffs, and limestone formations. Easy to get to by car and not far to walk. The only drawback are the many persistent, extremely large march flies.The site is part of the great west coastal walk....More
We loved the walk through the petrified forest ( that actually never was a forest), amazing formations . The older route is now sealed off probably due to erosion but the board walk allows a good view and easy stroll.
Easy to access from the public car park. Take the left path for the petrified forest and the right for the blowholes. Walk is good exercise but pretty rough in places so unwise for chair access. Very spectacular and savage coastline vista. Much surf and...More
Worth a visit well signposted spectacular views of the ocean
Only thing I’m not sure about is why the f—ck they would put (pictured) wind gatherers in this location is it just me or could a better location have been chosen
It does make one think it is a moonscape. Quite interesting to visit - it's not actually a forest but a very unusual limestone formation. Well worth a visit and the walk to see it.
Sadly it was not the best of days when we...More
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Yes, as far as I know. I have no recall of any sign forbidding animals. It's a rather out-of-the-way place, so i can't imagine much in the way of restrictions. There is an open car park and then a rough track along... More
Yes, as far as I know. I have no recall of any sign forbidding animals. It's a rather out-of-the-way place, so i can't imagine much in the way of restrictions. There is an open car park and then a rough track along the cliff top. So keeping the dog on a lead will keep him/her safe. It is a national park so minimum urination and cleaning up defecations will undoubtedly be appreciated (although you are probably very well aware of that anyway!!)