You'll need a four-wheel drive to explore the best bits, but it's well worth spending a day or two in this gorgeous coastal park if you have one. You'll also need an air compressor to reinflate your tires, as most of the tracks are sandy and require a low tire pressure to avoid getting bogged. Features of the park include a diverse coastal landscape with several good beaches and cliff-top lookouts. Keep an eye out for the resident mob of wild Coffin Bay brumbies (wild horses). Highlights include four-wheel driving on the beach, beach camping, fishing and swimming. At the very least, take the drive (fine for a two-wheel drive) out to Point Avoid for some stunning coastal scenery.