The Blowholes is a 1 mile out and back trail located near Goode Beach, Western Australia, Australia that offers scenic views. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking and nature trips.
The Blowholes, created by a crackline in the granite, 'blow' air and occasionally spray. Depending on the swell, size and direction of approach to the sea cliffs the Blowholes may or may not be blowing. When they do, the noise is quite impressive and this attraction should not be missed, especially on a day when the ocean swell is high. This walk is the most popular in Torndirrup National Park, but be sure to keep away from the ocean at all times, as several lives have been lost in this vicinity. A 1.6km return walk begins at the western end of the carpark and is well signposted. Follow the bitumen path for about 400m to the top of some steps. There are fine views of Peak Head to the south-east and Eclipse Island to the south-west. After the steps the path swings to the right then traverses an open granite area. Signs indicate the location of the Blowholes. At the Blowholes, do not proceed any further to the ocean and do not stand over the Blowholes.