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This 500m heritage-listed walk to a rocky outcrop in Torndirrup National Park has plaques along the way inscribed with the thoughts of the original settlers and has great views.

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      Stony Hill

      This 500m heritage-listed walk to a rocky outcrop in Torndirrup National Park has plaques along the way inscribed with the thoughts of the original settlers and has great views. Take Frenchman Bay Road and turn right about 1km south of Salmon Hole Road. The town of Albany , The Princess Royal Harbour and KIng George Sound are visible from the spectacular northerly views. Stony HIll overlooks the wildflowers during the popular season and the stone giants stand impressively throughout the entire coast. Bush waking attire is recommended. 

       

       

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