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Conspicuous Cliff has been a popular spot for many years. It offers a carpark, toilet facilities, picnic facilities and a whale-watch lookout, which has magnificent views of the coastline, ocean and beaches. Some of the facilities have access for the disabled.
- Natural Attractions:Lookouts,Beaches & Bays
- Facilities:Picnic Facilities,Toilets
At Elephant Rocks, huge granite boulders resemble a herd of elephants lumbering out to sea.
- Natural Attractions:Beaches & Bays,Lookouts,Points of Interest
A short walk trail from the carpark takes you to a lookout over Elephant Rocks. From here, you can just imagine that these massive boulders are elephants sunning themselves before heading off for a swim. The trail then descends between the rocks to a sheltered cove. This is a lovely place for a swim but be aware that strong currents sometimes run through this cove.
Providing a stark contrast to the granite that dominates this section of coast, a strip of black dolerite lines the eastern edge of the bay.
You can walk from Elephant Rocks around the rocky headland to Greens Pool.
Greens Pool lies on the edge of William Bay National Park and is famous for its turquoise green waters and pristine white sandy beach.
- Natural Attractions:Beaches & Bays,National Parks & Reserves
One of Western Australia’s iconic beaches, Greens Pool is a must see destination.
Large granite boulders surround the pool, protecting it from the might of the Southern Ocean.
Beautiful at all times of the year, Greens Pool is especially popular in summer. The calm waters provide great recreation opportunities for the whole family. You can swim or snorkel or just relax on the beach or on the rocks overlooking the water.
Many fish and sea creatures live in the calm waters of Greens Pool. Why not go for a snorkel and explore this fascinating seascape? Zebra fish, silver drummer, six-spined leatherjackets and mosaic sea stars are just some of the creatures you may encounter.
A short walk links Greens Pool and Elephant Rocks.
Lowlands Beach is a popular fishing and swimming spot which boasts a new whale-watching lookout atop a cliff.
Take Tennessee South Road (off the Lower Denmark Road) to the lookout, for views of WA's most southerly point, West Cape Howe and spectacular ocean panoramas.