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Sugarloaf Rock

Sugarloaf Rock

Soak up the views of one the South West’s most iconic granite rock structures.
Is it real, or a simulation? Rising above the ocean like a tessellated pyramid, Margaret River’s famous Sugarloaf Rock draws an open-mouthed audience each day as the descending sun sets into the ocean, framing the enormous rock formation with a clear, rose-hued light.

The rock emerges from the Indian Ocean extremely close to the mainland and is situated within a designated nature reserve in the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park just off Cape Naturaliste near Dunsborough. You may wish to follow the lead of other clever picnickers and bring your own champagne hamper; there’s plenty of space to find your own snuggly viewing spot within the wildflower-dotted scrub nearby.

Facilities

Car park
Public Toilet

Address

Sugarloaf Road, Naturaliste WA 6281

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