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Yellagonga Regional Park

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16 km walking/cycling circuit of Lake Joondalup

My visit was in order to satisfy a quest to walk the 16 km track around Joondalup Lake. An easy... read more

Reviewed 16 August 2018
deejayarrr
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Perth, Australia
Yellagonga Regional Park - Hike

Decided to do a small hike on the Sunday (8.63kms), took us about 98 minutes. Parked at Neil... read more

Reviewed 9 July 2018
920kingc
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Perth, Australia
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Woodvale, Joondalup, Western Australia 6027, Australia
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Reviewed 17 August 2018 via mobile

Beautiful bird watching over lakeside and one should visit this place which is so beautiful and can see different species of birds and soothing affect of nature

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Reviewed 16 August 2018

My visit was in order to satisfy a quest to walk the 16 km track around Joondalup Lake. An easy mostly level walk along a well maintained combined cycle/pedestrian path. Plenty to ruminate on as one passes through well info-signed places of indigenous significance and...More

Thank deejayarrr
Reviewed 9 July 2018

Decided to do a small hike on the Sunday (8.63kms), took us about 98 minutes. Parked at Neil Hawkins Reserve and made our way north up to Drovers and back. The hike was pleasant and the natural bush changed as we made our way around...More

Thank 920kingc
Reviewed 29 September 2017 via mobile

Just north of the lake in Joondalup, the Yellagonga park is a vast expense of greenery and bushes interspersed with pathways leading in several directions.Family or group of friends can enjoy the lake full of birds, the scenery all around and wildlife.

4  Thank Inam K
Reviewed 19 March 2017

Having lived in Woodvale for 20 years, this park as been a favourite walking spot, from Beeyup to Picnic cove in Edgewater. Neil Hawkins park is always lovely to visit with the lake, bird life and the gorgeous children's playground.

Thank Baljit C
Reviewed 12 October 2016

What an oasis in a busy area. The tranquil lake in beautiful bush surrounds. Paths for walkers and cyclists wend around the lake. Bird life abounds and kangaroos come out to feed on the lawns near the BBQs at dusk. A lovely place to unwind...More

1  Thank wendycook245
Reviewed 23 August 2016

The park is a great place to walk, ride and enjoy the scenery and the natural wildlife. Take your camera you never know what you will see.

Thank Layabout1
Reviewed 25 July 2016

In winter I take my dogs for long walks on the numerous paths set in natural bush and parkland settings. There's the lake filled with local birds and creek.

Thank kathw97
Reviewed 24 July 2016

there is a 18km walk right around this lake, it is lovely, some of it does follow Wanneroo Rd, lots of bike riders and pedestrians use the walk/bike path which is fully sealed, some lovely green plantings on the West side of the lake

Thank Dave1018
Reviewed 17 June 2016

This park has very little to talk about, it's not a very tourist attraction place unless you are a nature buff or artist/photographer. It has a large lake that attracts local animal and bird life, and a few scattered park benches to sit and view...More

1  Thank SparkIgnite
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