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Yeagarup Sand Dunes Walk, D’Entrecasteaux NP Yeagarup Sand Dunes Walk, D’Entrecasteaux NP

  • 1-3 hours
  • 3 km
    • Bush Walk Class 3

      Moderate trail that may have short steep hills, rough surface, many steps or some rock hopping. Directional signage. Some bushwalking experience and moderate fitness required.

Combine a scenic drive with some on-foot exploring by heading south to this walk which takes you into D’Entrecasteaux National Park. To get there drive south along Ritter Road to the picnic site near Yeagarup Lake.

Yeagarup Lake is the gateway to the pristine Yeagarup Dunes. Visitors can use the day use area located here for picnicking and exploring the scrub which lines the shore of the lake, before taking a walk into the dunes. Then finish by taking a walk on the curved jetty which stretches 30m out into the lake or around the blindingly white beaches which form the shoreline. For those wanting to stay a while, Yeagarup Lake Campsite is located on the shores of the lake.
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Combine a scenic drive with some on-foot exploring by heading south to this walk which takes you into D’Entrecasteaux National Park. To get there drive south along Ritter Road to the picnic site near Yeagarup Lake.  Check out the Yeagarup Dunes to Warren Beach 4WD Track.

The trail takes you through Banksia woodlands and overlooks the lakes and surrounding swamps. These freshwater areas are perched on top of sand. Organic matter, such as leaves and bark and dead plants, have formed a waterproof layer on the bottom of the lake or swamp, catching and holding only water that falls or drains into them. 

This is an area of continuous change.  Here, coastal winds whip the white sands into mobile dunes, which are constantly on the move. They march relentlessly forward like a silent army reclaiming the lakes and forests.  The face of the dune is well over 40 meters high, and the sight of it overtaking the forest is quite spectacular.  The walk follows a sandy, four-wheel-drive track to the base of the sandhills.  You return by the same track, but be prepared to step aside; vehicles use this road regularly for access to the coast.

Pemberton Visitor Centre

(08) 9776 1133

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Time / Duration

Up to 1 hour

Length

3km return

What To Pack

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

Trail Start

Yeagarup Lake car park

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Trail End

Yeagarup Lake car park

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Bush Walk

Class 3

Moderate trail that may have short steep hills, rough surface, many steps or some rock hopping. Directional signage. Some bushwalking experience and moderate fitness required.

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Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Camping
  • Car Park
  • Coach Parking
  • Interpretive Centre
  • All accessible parking
  • Picnic Area
  • Public Toilet
  • Shaded Area
  • Sheltered Area
  • All accessible toilet facilities
  • View Platform

Best time of year

All year round

Fees

National Park fees

Trail Access

Drive or bus to Pemberton. No transport from Pemberton to Yeagarup Lake except by paid tour.

Prohibited Items

No pets
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