TikTok users going nuts over WA’s Elephant Rocks – and we can show you it!
Aussies and overseas tourists alike can’t stop raving about an “absolutely stunning” spot in Western Australia that you “must visit in summer”.
There’s no shortage of breathtaking natural sites in Australia, but there’s one that seems to be gaining plenty of attention on social media, called Elephant Rocks.
If you’ve heard of it, chances are you’re aware of its picture-postcard looks, from its emerald green waters, pure white sand and gargantuan sculpted rocks that shelter it from the swell beyond.
“Add this place to your summer road trip list … it’s magical,” a TikTok user demands.
“I could spend hours here on a hot summers day,” another wrote, while others described it as “incredible” and compared it to Seychelles, an island republic in the western Indian Ocean.
“Did we just find the Seychelles of Australia,” one person wrote after sharing footage of the picturesque swimming spot.
Elephants Rocks is located in Denmark, Western Australia and is famous for, as the name suggests, rocks that look exactly like a herd of elephants paddling in the shallow waters of the Great Southern Ocean.
And the good news is you can visit and swim at Elephant Rocks on our 5-day Bibbulmun pack-free guided walk.
This inspiring tour showcases the highlights of the long-distance Bibbulmun Track. The Bibbulmun covers 1000kms from Kalamunda in the Perth Hills to Albany.
With a distance of over 1000kms, to do the walk in its entirety would take around 8 weeks, instead, we have hand-picked the best sections of this track to provide you with a sensational 5-day journey.
Discover varied landscapes of the Bibbulmun Track and wine regions. Walk through the stunning and tranquil South West Forests with their towering karri and tingle trees, including pretty Beedelup Falls near Pemberton. Explore some of Australia’s most magnificent coastline with their giant granite boulders, stunning beaches and flowering heathlands – including, of course, Elephant Rocks.
You will be staying at the best boutique accommodation and sampling some of the finest wines and produce of this region. WA’s South Coast is sure to enchant your every sense.