Donnelly Boat Landing

Launch a private vessel or join a chartered tour to make your way downstream to the mouth of the Donnelly River.

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Enjoy magnificent views of the lake and nearby Yeagarup dunes from the boardwalk.

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Salmon Beach

Walk along a beach with thundering surf beneath rugged cliffs or take in the dramatic coastal scenery from numerous lookouts.

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Point D'Entrecasteaux

Experience the best of the south-west’s wild, windswept coast at Point D’Entrecasteaux from several cliff top lookout platforms.

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Soak up the stunning views of the Southern Ocean crashing against the shore from the clifftop at Tookulup.

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D'Entrecasteaux Beaches

Spoiled for choice of beaches to discover along this park's 130km coastline. Backed by limestone cliffs, large dunes and pounded by waves from the mighty Southern Ocean, these beaches are only accessible by four-wheel drive but are well worth the visit.

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Mandalay Beach

Named after the Norwegian barque Mandalay, wrecked there in 1911, Mandalay Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in the Walpole area.

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Mount Chudalup

Enjoy the 360 degree views of the surrounding forest, heathlands, coast and the magnificent Yeagarup Dunes from the top of this granite monadnock.

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Black Point

Black Point is a massive outcrop of hexagonal basalt columns formed 135 million years ago by volcanic lava flow.

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Windy Harbour

Windy Harbour provides visitors with a safe harbour, on a wild coastline and rewarding fishing with stunning views of the Southern Ocean.

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Broke Inlet

Broke Inlet is a large, shallow estuary which is seasonally open to the Southern Ocean.

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Pupalong Loop Walk

Bush Walk
400 metres

Learn about how important country is to the Noongar custodians of the South West along this short 400 metre universally accessible loop trail at Point D’Entrecasteaux.

Mount Pingerup Walk Trail

Bush Walk
5.5 kilometres

The 5.5km, moderately difficult Mount Pingerup Walk Trail, is steep in places and offers spectacular views of Broke Inlet, the Southern Ocean and the surrounding D’Entrecasteaux National Park from the summit. Wildflowers, including orchids, are prolific during spring (August to November). A good level of fitness is required.

Mount Chudalup Summit Walk Trail

Bush Walk
2 kilometres

Situated 16 km south of Northcliffe just off the Windy Harbour Road.  Mount Chudalup towers over the surrounding karri forest. The climb to the top of this 185 metre granite dome is steep in places but well worth the effort.

Camping and Accommodation

Leaning Marri Campground

Leaning Marri Campground offers six shady single campsites and one group campsite with a shared shelter.

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Lake Jasper Campground

Come for a paddle, stay for the night and experience Lake Jasper at sunrise.

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Yeagarup Hut

The Hut is a spacious shelter with enclosed sleeping areas, picnic tables and toilets. To book your stay contact Pemberton Discovery Tours.

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Crystal Springs Campground

Crystal Springs, once a stop on the stockman's route, now is a place to rest at this lovely camping area.

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Banksia Camp

Banksia Camp is a great choice for a family holiday, with camping and fishing and spectacular coastal views across to Chatham Island.

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Coodamurrup Hut Campground

Coodamurrup Hut is a relic from the pastoral era and camping is provided in a nearby peppermint woodland.

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Black Point Campground

It's first come, first served to camp near this incredible rock formation and to enjoy fishing or surfing. 

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