CANAL ROCKS

 

 

Canal Rocks - Western Australia

 

GPS 33 40 14 S 114 59 45 E

 

 

 

Toilets available Boat launching possible Pets prohibited Swimming allowed Fishing allowed (some sites may require a freshwater license.) Sight seeing area Day use site only - no camping

 

 

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Canal Rocks is located just south west of Yallingup and is a scenic attraction in the Capes region of the south west.

A granite outcrop juts out into the sea creating a natural canal.

The Aboriginal name for the area is Win-jee Sam.

Facilities here include a boat ramp, toilets and a walkway that allows visitors to access some areas of the rocks.

Always remember that the sea can be unpredictable and if you are taking photos etc. never turn your back on the waves. Take care when climbing on rocks as they can be slippery. In separate incidents, a fisherman and a diver have vanished at this location in recent years. This dramatically emphasises the need for caution when enjoying yourself near the ocean.

The weather here can be rough and the walkway bridge has been washed away in the past during severe storms.

Snorkeling and fishing are popular in the more sheltered areas of the bay.

This attraction is on the Cape to Cape walking track and is a popular stop off for those undertaking the walk.

The parking area is large enough to accommodate most vehicles.

 

 

 

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