Yanchep National Park offers you a choice of nine interesting walk trails ranging in length from 500 metres to 51.8 kilometres. Along the way you will witness spectacular scenery and panoramic views from the sea to the scarp.
Choose a walk trail to suit your personal level of fitness and time frame. Appreciate the diverse range of trees including Banksia, Tuart, Marri, Stunted Jarrah, Sheoak and Paperbark. During spring an array of stunning wildflowers brighten the trails. Animal and bird watchers can delight in the abundant wildlife residing in Yanchep National Park.
Gain an insight into Aboriginal culture following the Yaberoo Budjara trail which is based on Yellagonda, (a significant local Nyoongar elder) and their movements in the area.
Longer walking trails such as the 3.5 day Coastal Plain walk provides facilities including walkers huts, water tanks and bush toilets.
Walkers are asked to collect a map and register at McNess House Visitor Centre before heading off to explore a trail.
Yanchep National Park is just 45 minutes north of Perth.
Aboriginal Culture Adventure Australian Tourism Accreditation Barbeque Birdwatching Cafe Camping Caravan / Camper Trailer / Campervan Sites / Campsites Carpark Coach Parking Conference/Convention Facilities Disabled access available Family Family Friendly Food and Refreshments Hiking Interactive Centre Lookouts Nature & Wildlife Picnic Area Public Toilet Respecting Our Culture Indigenous Accreditation Program Restaurant Shop The Ecotourism Association of Australia Walk
AUD7 – Concession and Motorbikes
AUD13 – Cars (up to 12 seater)
AUD23 – Locals (annual pass)
AUD46 – Holiday Pass all parks valid for four weeks
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