Located 45 minutes’ drive from Perth CBD, Yanchep National Park is one of Western Australia’s oldest national parks and offers an array of things to see and do, including caving, koalas, kangaroos, camping, walk trails and more.
See Perth’s only tourist cave on a 45-minute guided tour and experience an underground wonderland full of natural cave decorations such as stalactites, stalagmites, helictites, columns and shawls.
Enjoy an entertaining and informative 45-minute session that will immerse you in the local Noongar culture part of the oldest living culture in the world.
Climb and crawl through one of the parks wild caves with a seasoned cave guide on an Adventure Cave Tour.
Bring your golf clubs and vie with the kangaroos for a hit on the nine-hole bush golf course or take a walk on one of the nine walk trails selected to showcase the unique biodiversity of the area.
Yanchep National Park also offers a first-class campground, high ropes and zipline adventure and scenic helicopter flights.
Camp under the stars at Henry White Campground nestled among tuart and banksia woodlands. The campground has 21 campsites suitable for tents, caravans and campervans. New facilities include a barbecue shelter, toilets and hot/cold showers, and a communal firepit (seasonal).
Spend two hours of fun navigating the tall tuarts on a series of high ropes and zipline courses at Trees Adventure or take in the beauty of the park and surrounds from the air in the West Coast Heli Scene chopper.
If relaxing is more your style, enjoy one of the many free barbecues dotted around the park or check into the historic Yanchep Inn for breakfast, lunch or dinner in serene and tranquil surroundings or drop in for a light lunch, refreshment or ice-cream and treat yourself to some award-winning handmade chocolates at Chocolate Drops Tearooms.