Yanchep, Koalas & Crystal Cave
Departs from Perth Twice Daily - Minimum Numbers are needed to run this tour
For urgent bookings during the weekend or within 24 hours, call us on +61 8 9221 2400.
- Adult: AUD $125
- Child: AUD $75
- Departs: Daily at 9 am or 1 pm
- Returns: Perth appx. 1 pm or 5 pm
Yanchep National Park is one of the oldest and closest national parks from Perth & is home to native kangaroos, koalas, black swans, native birds, wetlands and visit the famous crystal caves.
- Visit Yanchep National Park, view Australian flora and fauna
- After your Perth city Pick up we travel north to visit Yanchep National Park, to view natural Australian flora and fauna.
- Yanchep is one of the older national parks and is over 100 years old, with one of the earliest Bitumised roads from Perth to Yanchep being built for British Royal family members in the last century
- Stroll along the 240-meter Koala boardwalk to view one of Australia’s favorite native animals in a natural environment.
- Experience a range of interesting heritage-listed buildings, view seasonal wildflowers & wetlands or take an optional bush walk.
- Explore the natural crystal caves with its decorations such as stalagmites, helictites, columns & shawls on a 45-minute walk, learning about the caves history, geology and the ecosystem that lies within. Crystal cave’s constant temperature makes this a comfortable tour all-year-round and is a truly unique experience.
- After an interesting time on this tour with its huge variety of experiences we travel back to Perth passing natural forest & suburbia.
Yanchep National Park
Another short 30-minute drive from Neil Hawkins Park will see you reach Yanchep National Park.
Yanchep National Park is north of Perth, in Western Australia. It's bushland and wetland are home to western gray kangaroos and rich birdlife. Trails include a raised boardwalk among trees inhabited by koalas.
One of many caves in the park, Crystal Cave is an underground limestone cavern with stalactites and stalagmites. Talks at nearby Wangi Mia Meeting Place illuminate the culture of the indigenous Nyoongar people.