Stokes Heritage Walk Trail It is a 1.4km walk through mallee heath to a small parking area.
The trail then climbs from the parking area to follow a limestone ridge for a further 1.4km to steps that lead down to the picnic area. Two lookouts provide sweeping views over the estuary. Yate, swamp yate, and paperbarks form dense, low forests near the inlet. In autumn, look for the magnificent yellow flowers of the bell-fruited mallee, which only grows about a metre high.
Keep an eye open for tiger snakes when walking.
- Distance: 2.8km (one way)
- Class: Easy
You must bring enough drinking water for your needs as there is none available in the park. Please remove your rubbish as there are no bins in this park. Fires are not permitted.
Plants, wildlife and fungi
Visit the Atlas of Living Australia for a list of species recorded within a 5km radius of Heritage Walk Trail.
We recognise and acknowledge Wudjari people as the traditional owners of Stokes National Park.