Yaberoo Budjara Heritage Trail, Yanchep

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Rated: 43211 (4/5), based on 3 reviews.

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michael bowles


used the trail for mission training run, 6.30hrs more like 30 km from neil hawkins to Yanchep Np toilet block garmin gave 330 m vertical climbed one way its - not flat but nothing onerous, a few short sharp walkers flowers out nice variety, escape the car noise, a few MTB all very polite trail a mix but sections of limestone base with small rocks no water. join in as burns beach or lighthorse to reduce mileage

Allan Boyd


5th July 2019 - We started at 8.30am from the Burns Beach Road Entrance. Arrived at Yanchep Inn around 2.30pm. Fairly easy walk. Very well kept limestone path the whole way. Some slightly hilly sections to work out the calves! We kept a pretty solid 5ks an hour pace. Rained for the first two hours! The sections between Hester and Wannerro Road are stunning - in terms of coastal plains fauna. Saw some kangaroos bounding out from the bush a few times. And flocks of White-tailed Black Cockatoos. A pint of cold beer on arrival at the Yanchep Inn was welcome! We stayed overnight at the Inn's accommodation. Good meals and staff. Got an Uber home in the morning. Worth the effort!

Shana Mcdougall


Enjoyable ride to do on a cool day. Views are great, there are a few hills to get your heart rate up and many enjoyable winding trails with the ever so fun down hills. The path is well marked and the track is in good condition.

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