Rose Trail - Yanchep
Yanchep National Park Western Australia - Sat 16th May 2020

Max Participants:
12
Location:
Yanchep National Park Western Australia
Date:
Sat 16th May 2020
Start Time:
9:00am
End Time:
3:00pm
Duration:
5-6 hours
Non-Member Cost:
$40.00 per person
Member Cost:
$30.00 per person
Tagged:
hiking wildflowers
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This 14 kilometre trail meanders through the coastal plain vegetation, passing by historic bunkers and offering panoramic views from the sea to the scarp. The limestone outcrops punctuate the vegetation which is sure to delight and Kangaroo sightings are certainly a possibility on this trail.

 

After the walk, you may choose to stay on and enjoy a cuppa or even a late lunch at the Tea Rooms, enjoy a coldy in the beer garden at the Yanchep Inn, or perhaps explore the National Park some more, .... it's beautiful and has so much to offer the visitor.

 

Distance:  Approx 14km in total (estimated 5-6 hours including rest breaks)

Terrain:  Fairly flat bush track, sandy and rocky in some places however easy to navigate - moderate level of fitness required. 

Meeting Point:   Out the front of McNess House Visitor's Centre, inside the Yanchep National Park.  


 


Gallery

So many wildflowers
Beautiful bush walking
Lots of furry friends here
Witchetty Grub

Location

Please note map locations and route are approximate only

Highlights

● Historic Bunkers

● Coastal Heath, Tuart forest and banksia woodlands

● Limestone Outcrops affording panoramic views

● Abundant Wildlife

Includes

Experienced Bush Walking Guide

Comprehensive First Aid Kit

Insurances & PLB

Yummy Home-Made Morning Tea

Photo's of your day on the trail

Excludes

Transport to/from Yanchep National Park

Entry into Yanchep National Park - $13 per vehicle (contact us if you wish to car pool)

Lunch

Items of a personal nature

What To Bring/Wear

- Minimum 2 litres of water

- Sturdy shoes/boots with good grip

- Sun Hat, Sunglasses, sunscreen (30+) and insect repellant

- Binoculars and camera (optional)

- Lunch

- Clothes to suit the activity and potential weather conditions including a water/windproof jacket

- Personal Medication/First Aid kit

- Walking Poles (optional)

- Tissues / Wet Ones (for toilet breaks in the bush)

- Something to carry your rubbish out (nothing gets left behind Leave No Trace)

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