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Yanchep National Park and Caves

(51 km north from Perth)

Trip duration: One day

On the

North of Perth Touring Information

Yanchep National Park and Caves

(51 km north from Perth)

Trip duration: One day

On the road

Botanic Golf Wanneroo Western Australia

From Perth, follow the Wanneroo Road north to the town of Yanchep and the National Park. Alternatively, depart Perth via the Reabold Hill Lookout for panoramic views over the Indian Ocean to the Rottnest Island. Take the West Coast Highway from where turn-offs lead to popular beaches such as Scarboroug, North Beach Watermans and Sorrento.

Yanchep

Within easy driving distance from Perth, is the resort of Yanchep, 51km to the north. Things to see, include Yanchep National Park, Gloucester Lodge Museum, Loch McNess.

Must see

From the suburb of Wanneroo, visit Hilary’s Boat Harbour & Underwater World at Sorrento Quay. Vineyards in the area are open for inspection with cellar door sales. One of Perth’s most popular recreation areas, Yanchep National Park contains two spectacular limestone caves to explore, with many nature walks, abundant wildlife and the beautiful Loch McNess where cruise boats ply its tranquil waters. In springtime, the park’s stunning wildflowers are in full bloom. Yanchep Beach, 6km west is a safe ocean beach protected by reef. The wreck Alkinos, north of Yanchep at Wreck Point, is said to be guarded by a ghost. At the town of Two Rocks, Waugul monoliths giant limestone sculptures depicting figures from aboriginal mythology, can be seen.

For further information, contact:

Northam Tourist Centre 138 Fitzgerald Street NORTHHAM WA 6401 Phone: (096) 22 2100 Fax: (096) 22 5490

The Avon Valley

(85km north-east of Perth)

Trip duration: One day or overnight

On the road Depart Perth via the Great Eastern Highway, passing through historic Guildford, before linking with the Great Northern Highway at Midland. Continue along this major road, then divert onto Toodyay Road which will take you to the historic, farmland town of Toodyay.

Must see

This 150km fertile valley with its gentle rolling countryside and wheat farms is rich with the heritage of the state.

Toodyay, the gateway to the Avon Valley, dates back to 1836 and is a fine example of colonial architecture. It is surrounded by farming country and bushland.

Northam, an attractive rural town at the junction of the Avon and Mortlock River, is the starting point of the annual 133km whitewater rafting classic, The Avon Descent.

South of Northam, the town of York has many carefully preserved historic buildings. Drive to Mount Brown, for panoramic views of the town and nearby valley, visit the vintage car museum. Each October, York is “invaded” by music enthusiasts during the Jazz Festival.

Beverley is known for it’s aeronautical museum that contains old biplanes and wonderful stories of the state’s aviation history.

For further information, contact:

Toodyay Tourist Centre Conners Mill Stirling Terrace TOODYAY WA 6566 Phone: (09) 574 2435 Fax:(09) 574 2158

Acknowledgement

Images courtesy of Tourism Western Australia

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Botanic Golf Wanneroo Western Australia

From Perth, follow the Wanneroo Road north to the town of Yanchep and the National Park. Alternatively, depart Perth via the Reabold Hill Lookout for panoramic views over the Indian Ocean to the Rottnest Island. Take the West Coast Highway from where turn-offs lead to popular beaches such as Scarboroug, North Beach Watermans and Sorrento.

Yanchep

Within easy driving distance from Perth, is the resort of Yanchep, 51km to the north. Things to see, include Yanchep National Park, Gloucester Lodge Museum, Loch McNess.

Must see

From the suburb of Wanneroo, visit Hilary

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