With historic buildings nestled on the shores of a lake amid coastal woodland and limestone caves, Yanchep offers something for everyone.
- Park Entry Fees:Yes
- Feature:Barbecue,Toilet,Picnic Table,Info Shelter,Visitor Centre,Entry Station
- Activity:Bush Walking,Caving
Bring a picnic or make use of one of the many free barbecues overlooking the lake or nestled in the tuart and banksia woodlands.
Visit the koalas
Stroll along the 240m koala boardwalk to view one of Australia’s favourite native animals in a natural environment and learn more about these fascinating creatures.
The 3.15pm daily koala talk has been suspended until further notice.
Spot the western grey kangaroo
Yanchep National Park is home to western grey kangaroos which can be seen in abundance early and late in the day. At other times they shelter from the sun so you might be lucky enough to see them resting in shady areas.
Stretch out on a walk trail
The park has nine walk trails designed to suit a variety of age groups, interests and fitness abilities. They range from short trails of 500m to challenging trails up to 46.2km. Each trail has been selected to showcase the unique biodiversity of the northern Swan Coastal Plain. For more information visit TrailsWA.
Caves for everyone
More than 400 caves have been recorded in the park, and there are many ways you can enjoy them. Crystal Cave, Yonderup Cave, Adventure Caving, Cabaret Cave each offer contrasting experiences. Bookings for Companion Cardholders can be made by contacting the Yanchep Office.
Book Now - Crystal Cave Tour
Learn something of the rich culture and history of the Noongar people of Australia’s South West at Wangi Mia.
Book Now - Aboriginal Experience
Enjoy a leisurely round on our nine-hole bush golf course.
Book Now - Golf
With woodland and wetland, the park offers plenty of opportunity for spotting a wide variety of birds.
Book a camp site at Henry White Oval on our Park Stay WA website.
For more information, to book a tour or a social, educational or corporate event in the park contact McNess House Visitor Centre.
Have a go at navigating your way through the tuart trees on wobbling wooden bridges, tight ropes, cargo nets, ziplines and more! For more information visit Trees Adventure and watch the Journey to the Trees Adventure video.
Take a ride in a helicopter and see the beauty of the park and surrounds from the air. For more information go to West Coast Heli Scene or call 0427 757 663.
This information was provided by the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions: dpaw.wa.gov.au