Drive past some of the most ruggedly beautiful coastlines in the country, the spectacular sandstone cliffs are a remarkable sight from the colony and hilltops - just don't get too close to the edge!
Arriving at the gannet colony you'll see up to 25,000 gannets within close distance. Marvel at their 2-metre wingspan, and watch them swooping and diving for fish and feeding their young chicks. Gannets are quirky birds with interesting eye markings, unusual nest styles and a fascinating courtship dance.
The other major attraction at Cape Kidnappers is the golf course. Designed by American Tom Doak, the course makes the most of the breathtaking natural landscape. The sixth hole is widely regarded to be one of the great golf holes of the world.