York Walks - Convicts and Crossings

Need to Know

  • Time

    20 minutes to an hour depending on the route taken.
  • Distance

    800 metres to 3.4km depending on which loops you do.
  • Trail Start (Loop)

    York Visitor Centre, York Town Hall, 100km (1 hour plus) east of Perth
  • Trail End

    York Visitor Centre, York Town Hall, 100 km (1 hour plus) east of Perth
  • Degree of Difficulty

    Easy - Suits majority of fitness and experience levels.

  • What to Pack?

    Group A (Urban trails or short trails near facilities) required.  Show Pack

  • Best Time of the Year

    All year round; weather can be hot in January and February
  • Facilities

    Car and coach parking, water access and public toilets at Howick street. Town Hall has Visitor Centre with shop, water access and public toilets with toilet for people with disabilities and first aid equipment during opening hours 9.30am-4pm daily. Public telephone and many cafes in Avon Terrace. Lots of children's hands-on activities at the Residency Museum.'

    • Cafe
    • Car Park
    • Child Activities
    • Coach Parking
    • Dog Friendly
    • First Aid Equipment
    • Picnic Area
    • Public Telephone
    • Public Toilet
    • Shaded Area
    • Shop
    • Toilet Facilities for Disabled
    • Visitor Information Centre
    • Water Access Points
  • Hazards & Warnings

    Cyclists dismount when crossing the suspension bridge, - it swings! Optional ford crossing in summer months only (usually passable from October to April ) cyclists dismount as surface is rocky and unstable. Beware snakes in summer months.
  • Downloads

  • Access to the Trail

    Road 2WD, walk from town
  • Download KML

    Download KML File (Disclaimer applies)

  • Trail Contact

    York Visitor Centre
    Telephone: (08) 9641 1301
    Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
    Web: http://visit.york.wa.gov.au
    Facebook: https://facebook.com/shireofyork/


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