Bald Head Walk Trail, Torndirrup NP

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Rated: 54321 (5/5), based on 10 reviews.

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Ben Morse


Best trail I've walked.. It offers everything from rock, sand, man made, views, weather and challenge. I was approximately 5.5hrs on the trail did it solo and stopped for small lunch on the head and few pics on the way back. Signage is only done by rocks built up in areas were coming off, or through granent sections. Be sure to keep an eye out for these pyramid style placed rocks. Pack well, its nice to have some essentials on the way and be comfortable. Car park has spaces for bout 6 cars. Happy hiking

Bob Peters


Outstanding walk. The best in Western Australia. World class.

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Leanne Storer


This is an amazing trail with spectacular views. I managed it solo in 4.5hrs (was on a bucket-list mission) with a low-medium fitness level however some parts were pretty tough going as they were steep, sandy and had plenty of trip hazards (plant roots, rocks etc). It was a great adventure having to locate the next wooden post or rock pile so as to navigate the path in places and passage through the overgrown sections bought back childhood memories. I highly recommend bug spray as the March flies were quite relentless in early December. Next time I'll SLOW DOWN and take my kids for sure! The hardest part I think was the steep downhill metal boardwalk on the return right at the end.. makes your legs burn and turn to jelly!! Highly recommended... just go prepared with water, snacks, first aid kit.. phone reception was pretty good the whole way.

Naomi O'Shea


You don’t have to do the whole trail if you don’t have time. An hour is plenty of time to walk to the ridge with the water either side. It is only 1 km to that part and it is spectacular. Sneakers and a bottle of water will suffice.

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Marco Zecca


Trail completed on the Easter long weekend. Long but not too challenging. The scenery is truly spectacular and the surrounding surprisingly changes along the way. Highly recommended!

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