“Cape Range National Park”
Cape Range National Park has no shortage of great day walks to choose from if you want to explore the beauty of Yardie Creek gorge by foot. The Yardie Creek Walk Trail is ideal if you’re looking for a gentle afternoon walk complete with stunning views of the gorge, Ningaloo Reef and beyond. Follow the Yardie Nature Trail along the edge of Yardie Creek. At the end of the Nature Trail, the Yardie Gorge Trail begins. This section overlooks ancient Yardie Creek gorge and offers amazing views of limestone cliff faces, and the chance to catch a glimpse of wallabies, emus, kangaroos and an impressive array of birdlife. Walking in Cape Range National Park is not recommended between December and March when temperatures in the park can exceed 40 degrees. Be careful of loose surfaces underfoot especially when walking on trails above the gorge. At any other time of year though please remember hat, sunblock, water and lunch and snacks, depending on which walk you choose to do.
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Yardie Creek Walk Trail
- Sun - Sat: 12:00 am - 11:59 pm
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