Yanchep National Park, Yanchep

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  • A lovely place for a days visit. Good walkways with plenty to see, kangaroos may hop past as your walking or you may see them milling around in the shade. If you want to see koalas go on the koala wal...  more »
  • We stopped here on our way North. The national park charges a $12 fee per car which is great value. Plenty of things for the kids to do with a great picnic area under trees and close to a lake. The ar...  more »
  • Our unplanned, spontaneous visit to Yanchep NP was a great way to spend an afternoon. The staff at the visitor center were very friendly and gave us a nice, thorough explanation of the Park's offering...  more »
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  • We love this park. It's a great family day out location. Kids like watching koalas and kangaroos. The grounds are lovely and spacious. We love having a picnic by the lake. Lake views are stunning! You can come here any day of the year and enjoy the variety of options for a single person, family, dog lovers or tourists. 5 star venue!
  • Where do I start. Underground lies a wonderfully maze-like Crystal Cave tour with a knowledgeable guide. Above ground are the great walk around the lake in the wild Australian bush setting. Then to top it off the great pub has the best Seafood basket I've had for years and the kangaroos seem to really like it there too. Seeing koalas in the trees in a special cordoned enclosure was the nearest thing to seeing them in the wild. Truly amazing.
  • You can reuse the pinnacle entry fee for Yanchep national park if these two national parks are visited on the same day. Visited in late spring and weather is awesome. You can spot wild kangaroo if you are lucky. There is also a small sanctuary for the koala. Crystal cave tour take place several times a day but need 15mins in advance of booking before tour commence. Due to time constraint, we give it a miss. Plenty of parking lots in the yanchep national park. Very tranquil and recommended
  • Amazing grounds, plus we went on a saturday and there were hardly any ppl! The only problem, similar to all parks in WA, is lack of info, would it hurt to have detailed info boards with a map, all the walking trails and other relevant info?
  • Beautiful grounds, good walking tracks and attractions (koalas, cave tours, Aboriginal Experience). Easy to spend a relaxed day here with the family or friends and chill out.