About this park
Kalgulup Regional Park is made up of a mosaic of lands around Bunbury and the Leschenault Estuary and covers an area of about 3,168ha.
The park is a great place for a whole range of activities such as picnicking, camping, birdwatching, beach four-wheel driving, fishing, swimming and boating. Explore one of the trails and trail networks in the park for cycling and bushwalk.
Set up camp at the Belvidere Campground and The Cut Campground – which can only be accessed by boat, or by walking or cycling on the access track from Belvidere Campground.
While you’re there you may be lucky enough to see some of the animals that call this park home - bats, kangaroos, wallabies, possums, bandicoots.
Plants, wildlife and fungi
Visit the Atlas of Living Australia for a list of species recorded in Kalgulup Regional Park.
Ngalang Boodja teta. Kalgulup Regional Park djarimari keta burt ngannil Natj nunnaluk burrangeet barda gnalang dek gudir nopgn kaatajin beetup natj kaata morda wer boodja bidi wurar nyal benang yungar natj kaartadjin ngutta balja joorapiny. Nyiarn boodja wer kep ngan-neel yalga yunga natj nundu natj jenjerren natj baalgup nyiarn kurliny.
Our land, together. Kalgulup Regional Park protects our culture, plants and animals across Bibbulman lands from the coast to the rivers, hills and lands beyond for present and future generations to learn about, respect, care for and enjoy. These lands and waters, we now entrust to you, to pass on to those who follow.
Kalgulup is a Noongar word meaning ‘place of fire’ or ‘place of burning camp’. It is a place surrounding Quobba Keip Boya (‘a place of pretty rocks and water’), which sits within the lands of the Pinjarup, Wadandi, Kaneang and Wiilmen people. The significance of the name Kalgulup derives from fire and its elements (smoke, coals, ash) being at the koort (heart) of Noongar culture. The name Kalgulup is pronounced ‘Kaal-gool-up'.