Discovering Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park.
Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park stretches for 120 kilometres between the State's two most prominent capes - Cape Leeuwin and Cape Naturaliste. The park had its beginnings in the early 1930s, but more land has been added to it and today it comprises more than 19,000 hectares of coastal grandeur. Nearly all of the coastline between the capes, excluding the townsites of Yallingup, Smith's Beach, Gracetown and Prevelly Park, is included in the park.
Leeuwin-Naturaliste has the highest visitation of any park in Western Australia, with more than one million visits each year. There is nowhere like it in the world.
This book covers all the popular tourist spots as well as providing information on wildlife, marine life, walktrails and recreation opportunities the area offers.