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All reviews car park steep walk wrong direction hear the waves nice walk right direction high tide worth the effort great fun rugged coastline the gap sea spray see whales take your time rock formations swell noise
I would definitely ask tourists returning from the blowhole 'Is it worth the walk'? and 'are they blowing today'?
There is no guarantee they will be blowing as they rely on certain conditions which are explained at the beginning of the walk.
There is also...More
Point of interest on the road from Albany to the whaling station. Pathway is a reasonable descent and makes for a fairly steep walk back to the car. Nothing too horrendous but probably not for the infirm and wear shoes rather than thongs.
Ive been to several locations similar to this and these blow holes were a bit uneventful. These do not shoot water or myst into the air and the swell was quite large when we were there. However there is a great view so worth the...More
The trail down to the blow holes is easy enough. They are well-signed once you get near to them. This is one of those places where a little patience reaps rewards. If you just turn up and the holes are not blowing it could be...More
Reviews of the Blowholes probably depend on the action of the ocean on the day of the reviewer's visit. On this occasion I will agree with previous reviewers that it was a beautiful downhill walk to listen to air gushing in to the Blowholes whilst...More
These blow holes are a reasonable walk down from the car park and a long walk back!
The scenery is great and enjoyed the views of rugged coastline on the way down but as others have said the signage down at the bottom is unclear...More