Located on the south coast 65 kilometres east of Albany, this park can be accessed from the Cheynes Beach Road. The road in is
unsealed but in reasonable condition and is listed as 2wd.
The major attraction in this park is the inlet and campsite that is designed for tent based campers. The campsites are scattered through shady bush
sites and a toilet is available.
The inlet is one of the most spectacular attractions on the south coast and should be included in any touring itinerary.
The National Park is an important habitat for rare and endangered species and animals that are known to live here include
one of the few remaining mainland populations of Quokka, quenda and ring tailed possums.
Some noisy scrub birds, once thought to be extinct, have been relocated from Two Peoples Bay and have now established a viable population
in the park. Another rare bird found in the park is the Western Bristlebird.
NPW Website for more information