The Gap located at The Gap Rd, Torndirrup WA 6330, Australia

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Puneet Sehgal

5 Google Rating

WA parks introduced new fee to visit, good popular attraction in the national park. Very windy and b

5/ 5

WA parks introduced new fee to visit, good popular attraction in the national park. Very windy and beautiful area because of closer proximity to ocean. Located opposite natural bridge, please ensure you supervise your kids as there are many rocks around and possible slip hazard.

Paul Whitelock

4 Google Rating

We had a great time visiting this spot on our holiday. A beautiful spot where you can feel the power

4/ 5

We had a great time visiting this spot on our holiday. A beautiful spot where you can feel the power of the ocean and see it's affects. Worth taking a look on the way to/from somewhere.

Rosa O'Connor

5 Google Rating

We visited at dawn and had the place to ourselves. Amazing viewing platform allows you to look into

5/ 5

We visited at dawn and had the place to ourselves. Amazing viewing platform allows you to look into the swirling sea below. Great spot!

Damian West

5 Google Rating

Someone leaving the park handed over their $15 day pass, very appreciative!

5/ 5

Someone leaving the park handed over their $15 day pass, very appreciative!

Danh Nguyen

5 Google Rating

Such an amazing place to visit especially with the new platforms added for safety. Very windy area b

5/ 5

Such an amazing place to visit especially with the new platforms added for safety. Very windy area but a great tourist spot to visit thay gives you a feeling of awe in the vast drop when you look down the Gap. Extremely windy so bring a jacket and hold onto your hats. Seriously abide by the safety tips as people have died here.

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