Tower Hill is located a few kilometres north of Greens Pool and Elephant Rocks and Elephant Cove which are at the eastern end of the William Bay National Park.
From almost everywhere in the park (and beyond) these stone giants sit almost at the summit, on the southern side of the highest hills in William Bay National Park.
There is a trail to Tower Hill, part of the Bibbulmun Track that winds UP and along the hillside to the summit, and on towards the far eastern end of the park, where the Bibbulmun Track leads to Lights Beach.
The trail is part of the Bibbulmun Track which crosses the main road before you reach the car park at Greens Pool. This track is a strenuous climb and can take several hours round trip. Bring water, and wear proper hiking gear (and a hat!).
There is a toilet and water at the shelter provided just west of the large stones at the top of the hill. You can see them if you zoom in to the satellite map at the bottom of this page.
Tower Hill offers views across William Bay towards Mazzoletti Beach and Parry Beach in the distance.
The calm waters of Greens Pool and Elephant Rocks can be seen in the distance.
Tower hill is located in William Bay National Park, and sits above the park and pretty much right in the middle, geographically speaking.
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