The Avon Valley National Park covers approximately 4,800 hectares of bush reserve and lies on the transition between the jarrah forest of the south and the drier northern country.
The upland in the park is jarrah, marri and powderbark forest; the valleys are forested with wandoo.
The park also features granite outcrops, panoramic views over the Avon Valley and the chance to see a wide variety of birds and wildlife.
There are limited facilities and development within the Park making it ideal for visitors and campers looking for a more wilderness experience.
Avon Valley campgrounds have wood barbecues, picnic tables and pit toilets. Water is available at Bald Hill, Drummonds, Valley Camp and the Ces Barrows camping areas.
Camping fees apply.
Best time to visit
Autumn, winter and spring. Summer conditions are very hot and dry.
Access at this park is limited and assistance would be required.
- Many rapids and slip/fall risk areas
Open wood fires cannot be lit during prohibited burning times, normally from 1 November to 8 March – dates may be extended.
Travelling time from Perth to Avon Valley is about one hour. Nearest town is Toodyay - access via Toodyay Road.
There is no vehicle access to the River in the Park.
All access roads within the Park are unsealed and are not recommended for caravans.