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Avon Valley National Park

Mundaring, Western Australia 6073, Australia
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Very easy 4 wheel driving in beautiful bush close to Perth.

The Avon NP is a short pleasant drive north east of Perth. I went for a day trip with the Getaway... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Rona C
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Perth, Australia
Camping in Gods country!

A friend and I decided to take our kids camping for Father's Day weekend and Avon National Park... read more

Reviewed 8 September 2016
Captainkirky
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WA
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Mundaring, Western Australia 6073, Australia
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Reviewed 2 days ago

The Avon NP is a short pleasant drive north east of Perth. I went for a day trip with the Getaway 4WD club. The rolling country is lovely and affords excellent views. The hills are not too challenging so the driving was leisurely. Plenty of...More

Thank Rona C
Reviewed 8 September 2016

A friend and I decided to take our kids camping for Father's Day weekend and Avon National Park near Toodyay was chosen. We planned to do some 'bush bashing' in my truck and find a nice bush camp to stay the Saturday night. We got...More

1  Thank Captainkirky
Reviewed 26 July 2016

A definite must for your next weekend drive. Tons of bush, lovely views and a heap of wildlife including emus! In winter there a lots of winter creeks running and campsites to explore. Pack a thermos and have a great relaxing day.

Thank Julie W
Reviewed 8 June 2016

driving is awesome... with family car... bush walk trails or bike trails may be available.... check for web..

Thank Demintha S
Reviewed 10 September 2015

The wild flowers at this time of year are beautiful. We saw a few kangaroos hopping across the road ahead of us. It's quiet and peaceful out there. Great for camping or a day trip, barbecue or picnic up near Bald Rock. Nothing is available...More

Thank CAPPKVP
Reviewed 30 June 2015

Went for a drive to the National Park to fill in a Saturday arvo and certainly glad we did. We had a fabulous time relaxing by the river bed, we strolled along the paths and rock climbed through the river. Beautiful and serene. Certainly worth...More

Thank Kazaandjim
Reviewed 7 June 2015

This national park is located off Toodyay road well past Gidgegannup and not to be confused with Mundaring Weir as per the previous review. There is at least 11kms of gravel road before you get to anywhere to stop in the park. There are few...More

Thank plspoon
Reviewed 4 January 2015

it was simply one of the best attractions in the hills of Perth.Driving up welshpool road to the mountain east of Perth city a scenic drive .pass through Kalamunda down hill via narrow winding road to Mundaring Weir it was a very enjoyable drive. The...More

4  Thank AmmanPashaHotel2
Reviewed 24 September 2014

This National Park is just about 1 hour away from the City of Perth. A small camping fee is charged by the Rangers. There is some travel required on gravel roads but it can be done in an ordinary (non 4WD) vehicle. Caution is required...More

3  Thank dalger1430
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