We have selected a number of parks and trails to help you access nature south of Perth. If you would like more information on each park, please contact the local Parks and Wildlife office or the park directly using the contact details provided.

You can visit some of the parks and trails from the comfort of your home on Google Street View

To find out more about park entry fees, park passes, concessions, planning your trip and organised group outings visit Access to Nature.

The Gap and Natural Bridge, Torndirrup National Park

Grated floor panels allow a see-through view of the surging water 40 metres below. There are designated parking bays and the maximum gradient on the concrete paths is 1:14. 

Google Street View - The Gap and Natural Bridge.

Parks and Wildlife Albany, (08) 9842 4500.

Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk, Walpole-Nornalup National Park

The 600-metre structure has six 60m long spans with 1:12 gradient. It takes you into the forest canopy 40m above the ground. There are designated parking bays and sealed paths with gradients up to 1:14. The unisex accessible toilets, shop and education centre are about 50m from the parking area. Complimentary wheelchair and stroller hire is available.

Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk, (08) 9840 8263. More information on AccessWA.

Mount Frankland Wilderness Lookout, Mount Frankland National Park

A sealed path from the parking area leads to a shelter which provides cover from the weather. The lookout is a further 80 metres on a sealed path with no steps. There are unisex accessible toilets close to the parking area.

Parks and Wildlife Walpole, (08) 9840 0400.

Swarbrick, Mount Frankland South National Park

There is a 500-metre sealed loop trail which slopes to a maximum gradient of about 1:12 with no steps. There is a parking area and unisex accessible toilets.

Parks and Wildlife Walpole, (08) 9840 0400. More information on AccessWA.

Cape to Cape Track ‘access for more’, Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park

A 3.8km sealed walk trail starts at Cape Naturaliste and undulates gently downhill with a gradient up to 1:12. The trail has about 1km of timber boardwalk with seats along the way and no steps. There are designated parking bays and unisex accessible toilets at both ends of the trail.

Parks and Wildlife Busselton, (08) 9752 5555. More information on AccessWA.

Bluff Knoll, Stirling Range National Park

There are designated parking bays, unisex accessible toilets and a shelter. Accessible paths and grated walkways with seats provide access around the parking area.

Google Street View - Bluff Knoll.

Parks and Wildlife Albany, (08) 9842 4500. More information on AccessWA.

Lucky Bay, Cape Le Grand National Park

There is a parking area with designated bays, unisex accessible toilets and picnic shelters. It is possible to drive on the beach, check with the ranger about surface conditions and tides.

Parks and Wildlife Esperance, (08) 9083 2100.

Fitzgerald River National Park

The following sites have designated parking, unisex accessible toilets and sealed paths to lookouts and picnic areas - Four Mile BeachBarrens Beach, Barrens Lookout, East Mount Barren and West Beach, Hamersley InletCave Point and Point Ann

Google Street View - Mamang Walk TrailHakea Walk TrailMount MaxwellWest Mount BarrenBarrens LookoutEast Mount BarrenPoint AnnSt Mary Inlet CampgroundFour Mile Beach CampgroundMylies Beach and Hamersley Inlet Campground.

Parks and Wildlife Albany, (08) 9842 4500.

Barna Mia Nocturnal Wildlife Experience, Dryandra Woodland

The animal sanctuary has parking, gravel paths throughout the site, an accessible centre and toilets. Tours operate several times per week beginning after sunset. There is a tour fee, with concessions.

Parks and Wildlife Narrogin, (08) 9881 9200.