About this park
Beelu National Park is part of the Darling Range and used to be called Mundaring National Park. It was renamed to recognise the Beelu aboriginal people who once lived here. There’s plenty of nature to explore in this woodland wonderland of jarrah, marri, grasstrees, and wandoo trees. In springtime enjoy pretty displays of colourful wildflowers. If you’re lucky you may spot some of the park’s native animal and bird life – tag us @exploreparkswa if you do!
Are you a mountain biker? The Kalamunda Circuit and the Munda Biddi Trail pass through this park.
The Perth Hills Discovery Centre is home to the Nearer to Nature program which provides fun, nature-based activities for groups, schools, and families.
There are plenty of scenic lookouts in the park, offering panoramic views. Bring a picnic, relax, camp for the night and take it all in.
Plants, wildlife and fungi
Visit the Atlas of Living Australia for a list of species recorded in Beelu National Park.
We recognise and acknowledge Whadjuk people as the traditional owners of Beelu National Park.