Is Walyunga park open?
The park is open between 8am and 5pm daily. Entry fees apply. The park has two main picnic sites – Walyunga Pool and Boongarup Pool, both of which have gas barbecues, which may be used free of charge. Shaded picnic tables, toilets and recycling bins are located at both sites.
Can you swim at Walyunga National Park?
Walyunga National Park Walyunga Pool is a pleasant place to relax in the shade of the trees and you can cool off by having a swim.
Can you take dogs to Walyunga National park?
Pets are not permitted in the park as consideration for the rights of other park users, and to protect native animals. Please click here for further information.
How long is the Lesmurdie Falls walk?
From the trail head it is an easy short walk along The Falls Trail which follows Lesmurdie Brook to the Falls and back. Lookouts are provided where you can enjoy an extensive view over the foothills, across the Swan Coastal Plain to the city skyline and beyond to Rottnest. Distance: 640m return. Time: Allow 30 minutes.
Is there water at Bells Rapids?
The Bells Rapids bridge takes you across the rapids. This is where all the action happens during the Avon Descent. The water levels vary a large amount depending on the time of the year with most of it drying up towards the end of the summer.
Can dogs go to Lake Leschenaultia?
Lake Leschenaultia is a 168 hectare bushland well-known for its canoeing, swimming, cycling and barbeque facilities. Please note that dogs* and pets are not permitted at Lake Leschenaultia.
Are you allowed dogs at Lesmurdie Falls?
Dogs are permitted but must remain on a leash at all times. Several walk trails are available from here of varying degrees of difficulty including: The Falls Trail. 640m return, Class 2, allow 30 min.
Can dogs go to Serpentine Falls?
Please do not feed any native animals or birds. Dogs are not permitted in the park. Picking wildflowers is prohibited. Leave the natural area as you find it, for all to enjoy.
Is it safe to swim at Bells Rapids?
The Bells Rapids bridge takes you across the rapids. If you do go swimming at Bells Rapids, take care as the river can have strong undercurrents.
Do you have to pay to go to Bells Rapids?
4 answers. No fees to enter. It’s a State Park/Reserve and not a National park so therefore no entrance fee.
Can u smoke in Kings Park?
For everyone’s enjoyment and fire safety reasons the Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority promotes a smoke-free environment in Kings Park. Sunshelters and marquees are not permitted regardless of weather conditions. Parking within Kings Park is limited and provided for park visitors only.
Where is Walyunga National Park north of Perth?
Directions – Walyunga National Park is located north of Perth along the Great Northern Hwy. The Walyunga Rd turnoff is 15km from Roe Hwy and there are several car parks to choose from. The Hike – After a couple of months of grey clouds, wet weekends and overcast days, the famous sunny Perth winter day has made an appearance.
Where are the Nyoongar campsites in Walyunga wa?
Just to the east of the park, in the picturesque Avon Valley, the Avon River joins the Brockman River to form the Swan River which passes through the tree lined valley. Walyunga contains one of the largest known Aboriginal campsites around Perth and was still in use by the Nyoongar people late last century.
Can you take a pet to Walyunga National Park?
Pets are not permitted in the park as consideration for the rights of other park users, and to protect native animals. Please click here for further information. Getting there. Walyunga National Park is approximately one hour from Perth on sealed roads.
What is the meaning of the name Walyunga?
The area has been used as a meeting place for more than 6000 years.Walyunga is an Aboriginal name, but its meaning is uncertain. It could be a term that, roughly translated, means ‘happy place’.