The Regional Parks of the Darling Range provide visitors with spectacular views of Perth and the coastal plain, dramatic slopes, gorges, park coursing with seasonal waterways, sport for thrill seekers, tranquil picnic settings and so much more. The parks are located in the Kalamunda, Chidlow, Kelmscott-Martin and Wungong areas. Attractions within the parks include Lake Leschenaultia, Lesmurdie Falls, Whistle Pipe Gully, Cohunu Koala Park, Ellis Brook Valley, Wungong Gorge, Upper Canning River Gorge, Wall Rock, and Churchman's Brook and the Upper Wungong Farm. The parks are located approximately 20 - 50 km east of Perth City and to reach the closest point will take about 30 minutes, travelling east from Perth City. Access to the parks is from the north via Great Eastern Highway and Old Northam Road, from the east via Brookton Highway, Churchman's Brook Road, Kalamunda Road and Lesmurdie Road and from the south via South Western Highway, Albany Highway, Nettleton Road and Admiral Road. Walking, wildflower spotting, picnicking, cycling and rock climbing are popular activities in the park. Facilities include disabled access is provided. BBQ and playground facilities are available. The parks are best visited in the cooler months, from March to November. It is especially spectacular in spring during wildflower season.
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