Named to honour a leader of the Mooro Aboriginal people, Yellagonga Regional Park protects an important chain of wetlands and surrounding bushland. The diversity of these habitats supports a wide variety of wildlife. Nestled between the cities of Joondalup and Wanneroo, the park runs north-south and provides a number of excellent picnicking locations. Yellagonga Regional Park is a great place to visit all year round. Attractions within the park include Neil Hawkins Park, Lake Joondalup, Lake Goollelal, Beenyup Swamp, Walluburnup Swamp, and the historic sites of Luisini Winery and Perry Paddock. Walking, wildflower spotting, picnicking and cycling are popular activities in the park. Facilities include Neil Hawkins Park is the main recreation area and has grassed picnic areas, tables, BBQs, toilets, play equipment, car parking and park information. It is a short walk from Joondalup train and bus station.
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