Top Trail:  Hakea Walk Trail, East Fitzgerald NP

Need to Know

  • Time

  • Distance

    Can be done in sections, some of which can be return trips.
  • Trail Start

    Cave Point Fitzgerald River National Park, 600 km from Perth
  • Trail End

    Quoin Head Fitzgerald River National Park
  • Degree of Difficulty

     Grade 4 - Bushwalking experience recommended. Tracks may be long, rough and very steep. Directional signage may be limited.

    This track offers easy to difficult walking depending on which sections are walked.

  • What to Pack?

    Group B (Bushwalks and/or longer trails) required.  Show Pack

  • Best Time of the Year

    March to November
  • Facilities

    There are camping facilities at Four Mile Beach (a Department of Parks and Wildlife site) and at Hamersley Inlet (operated by the Shire of Ravensthorpe). The campsite at Whalebone Creek is accessible by foot or by four wheel drive and is a Department of Parks and Wildlife site. There is a small amount of water available at the Hamersley Inlet site only.

    • BBQ Facilities
    • Camping
    • Car Park
    • Coach Parking
    • Lookouts
    • Parking for Disabled
    • Picnic Area
    • Public Toilet
    • Shaded Area
    • Sheltered Area
    • Toilet Facilities for Disabled
    • View Platform
  • Fees

    National Park fees
  • Hazards & Warnings

    The vehicle tracks to Quoin Head and Whalebone Creek are 4WD involving creek crossings and a steep descent. They often closed after rain.
  • Prohibited Items

    Pets, fires
  • Downloads

  • Access to the Trail

    Car or bus to Hopetoun, 600km from Perth. 2WDl drive vehicle access to the track at Cave Point, West Beach and Hamersley Inlet. Four wheel drive vehicle access at Whalebone Creek and Quoin Head.
  • Download KML

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  • Trail Contact

    Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Parks and Wildlife Service
    Telephone: (08) 9838 3060
    Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
    Twitter: @ExploreParksWA

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