Stony Hill and Peak Head

MODERATE 2 reviews

Stony Hill and Peak Head is a 4.8 kilometer out and back trail located near Goode Beach, Western Australia, Australia that offers scenic views. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking and walking.

4.8 km
235 m
Out & Back

kid friendly




The area was one of the first in the State to be gazetted as a national park, in 1918. Torndirrup was the name of the Aboriginal clan which lived on the peninsula and to the west of what is now Albany.

5 months ago

Nice easy hike. Once atop of Peak Head it can get extremely windy, so best be careful when walking close to the cliff edges. Good short alternative if your not keen to do Bald Head Track.

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Easy going except for the last bit up a steep rock face. Deviating to the left, rather than taking the "obvious" direct route, reveals a slightly less steep alternative.
There has recently been a fire in the area. One needs to to search for trail markers.
Great views; a most enjoyable short walk.