About this park
Have a picnic and spot the western grey kangaroos and birds, or stroll through the koala boardwalk and learn about this native Aussie icon – how many koalas will you see?
Take a walk on one of the many trails that highlight the amazing biodiversity of the northern Swan Coastal Plain. Explore Crystal or Yonderup Cave on a guided tour or host a special event in the cavernous Cabaret Cave.
You can enjoy a game of golf, or food and drink from the Chocolate Drops Kiosk and Yanchep Inn. If you’re feeling a bit more adventurous take your turn flying through the trees (safely, of course) at Trees Adventure. End the day by setting up camp on Henry White Oval.
The McNess House visitor centre is open daily. Here, you can find out more information about Yanchep National Park, and browse local handicrafts, souvenirs and gifts. Book your Crystal Cave Tour, Aboriginal Experience tour and purchase a park pass or round of golf.
Review Wildlife & Beauty
Yanchep is always a must for us when in Perth! You can get up close with kangaroos, koalas and many different birds.
There are tons of grassy space, walks, awesome views, history, a crystal cave, picnic facilities, parking and an Inn. Cormorant – Trip Advisor
Every Kid in a Park
Connecting WA kids with WA's greatest assets - the amazing outdoors!
Every Kid in a Park supports families of children of all abilities in accessing and enjoying the outdoors (local parks, nature reserves, beaches, and national parks) around Western Australia.
Discover family resources for exploring Yanchep National Park at Nature Play WA.
There is a 9 hole golf course at Yanchep National Park. Book online.
Plants, wildlife and fungi
Visit the Atlas of Living Australia for a list of species recorded in Yanchep National Park.
We recognise and acknowledge Whadjuk and Yued people as the traditional owners of Yanchep National Park.