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Bush Walking in the Cape Range National Park

 

Yardie Creek

 

Yardie Creek flows between the spectacular sheer cliffs, known as Yardie Creek Gorge.

Yardie Creek Walk trail can be accessed from the main day use area car park. There is also a picnic area and a 4 cubicle toilet block located at the start of the walking trail.

 

Yardie Creek Walk Trail

A 500 metre (½ hour return) walk meanders above the gorge's vertical red rock walls, overlooking Yardie Creek. It is initially an easy walk but becomes more difficult as you ascend the Range.

If you wish to add a further 1.5 kilometres (1½ hours return) to this walk, follow the track that leads from the end of the Yardie Creek Walk. Remain on the northern side of the gorge so as not to disturb the black-footed rock wallabies.

Look closely and you may be able to spot these animals as they seek shelter on ledges along the southern cliff face, where they await evening before coming out to feed.

For more information visit TrailsWA.

Getting there

Yardie Creek is about 38 km south of the Milyering Discovery Centre following the Yardie Creek Road.

 

 

Mandu Mandu Gorge 

 

A 3km return trail that leads along the gorge rim then descends into the gorge so that you walk along the bottom back to the carpark.

 

A guide to the trail downloadable to your smart phone can be found at everytrail.
There is no permanent water and very little shade. Early mornings are often the best times to view wildlife as you walk.
Stay safe
 Only attempt gorge walks in the cooler months of the year between April and November.

All information here is courtesy of Department of Parks and Wildlife

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