Couple at Sugarloaf Rock near Pullman Bunker Bay Resort

Sugarloaf Rock

Couple at Sugarloaf Rock near Pullman Bunker Bay Resort
Address and information
Sugarloaf Road 6281 Naturaliste Australia

Prepare to be awestruck by the majestic beauty of Sugarloaf Rock, a towering granite formation that emerges dramatically from the Indian Ocean just off Cape Naturaliste near Dunsborough. As you approach this iconic landmark within the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, you'll understand why it's one of the most photographed coastal wonders in the region. From its rugged coastline to the narrow channel of wild water that separates it from the mainland, Sugarloaf Rock offers a mesmerizing seascape best enjoyed from the elevated lookout.

Renowned as one of the region's most spectacular natural wonders, Sugarloaf Rock captivates with its ever-changing colours and breathtaking vistas. Whether shrouded in stormy seas or bathed in the golden glow of sunset, every moment spent admiring this marvel is truly unforgettable. Don't miss the chance to witness the magical transformation as the sun dips below the horizon, casting hues of crimson and gold upon the rock's surface while the Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse begins its nightly vigil.

But Sugarloaf Rock isn't just a sight to behold – it's also a sanctuary for wildlife enthusiasts. As a designated nature reserve, it provides a haven for nesting seabirds, including the graceful red-tailed tropic bird. Keep your eyes peeled for playful bottlenose dolphins frolicking in the surf and majestic humpback and southern right whales cruising by during their migration from July to October. With its blend of natural beauty and abundant wildlife, Sugarloaf Rock promises an enchanting experience for all who visit.

Even better, you'll find Sugarloaf Rock only a 7 minute drive from 5-star Pullman Bunker Bay Resort.

Image of Sugarloaf Rock, Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, thanks to Tourism Western Australia.