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Kangaroo Trail, Walyunga National Park

  • 02 Oct 2022
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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Kangaroo Trail, Walyunga National Park

The Kangaroo Trail is an easy four kilometre loop trail in Walyunga National Park which crosses creeks among granite boulders, wandoo and marri. There are some short rocky ascents and descents, with good views across to the opposite side of the river. The walk trail starts beside the lower pool in Walyunga and follows the river to Boongarup  Pool. It then ascends  high enough to give views to the opposite side of the river valley. It returns through marri and wandoo woodland to the lower pool. The trail markers are yellow triangles with a kangaroo and also green footprints. The markers are most visible when walked in an anticlockwise direction. Kangaroos can be seen in late afternoon along the riverbank.


Walyunga National Park covers 1,800 hectares of the Darling Range, tucked behind the Darling Scarp, covering both sides of a steep valley. 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.

 Where Walyunga National park - meet at picnic area next to Walyunga pool car park
 When 02 Oct 2022 10am.
 What to bring

1-2L water per person

Shoes and othe appropriate clothing for the weather

Sun and insect protections

Snacks and Food

 Cost

National Park Fees applies: ~$15 per vehicle

Members: Free

Non Members: $5 per family, Redeemable against Annual WAFBC membership, if applied within 3 months

 Contact Peta Wells. 0414 333 795 E:petaeei@bigpond.com


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