Yanchep National Park Events

Join Nature Play WA and Parks and Wildlife as we explore Yanchep National Park through a series of unique events over the month of June.

All events are wheelchair friendly and accessible, and all ages are welcome. Registration is essential as spaces are limited.

These events are being held as part of our Every Kid in a Park project. Thanks to the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, attendees of these events will have free entry into Yanchep National Park for the day of the event.

For more information or to discuss your accessibility requirements, please contact Nicole at nicole@natureplaywa.org.au

Nature's Wonderland - SOLD OUT

This photograph was taken standing on the Dwerta Mia Walk Trail. The walk way is dirt and brown in colour, and is surrounded on both sides by brown and green trees and grass. To the left of the walk trail is a large light grey rock. There are trees in the background and the blue sky can be seen above
The Dwerta Mia (House of the Wild Dog) Trail.

Cabaret Cave will be open for wheelchair users to explore the cave formations and enjoy nature play activities from our friends at Yanchep National Park.

Activities include: 

  • Fairy crown making
  • Face painting
  • A sensory table
  • Boomerang and tapping stick making
  • A guided nature walk through Boomerang Gorge (following the Dwerta Mia (House of the Wild Dog) Walk Trail. This is an accesible walk trail suitable for wheelchair users and prams.

This event will begin with a Welcome to Country by Derek Nannup.

Please be advised that attendees will require adult supervision. Registration is required for all children, caregivers and adults attending.

Sunday 5th June 2022

When: 11am - 1pm
Where: Cabaret Cave, Yanchep National Park (click here for map)
Cost:
FREE
Book: SOLD OUT

Aboriginal Cultural Experience - SOLD OUT

In the foreground of the image, Aboriginal tools are laid across some skinned animal fur. In the background of the image is a small shelter made of branches, as well as a grass tree.
Photo credit: Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions

Learn about the world's oldest living culture, experience didgeridoo playing, spear throwing and find out about the significance of plants and animals to the original custodians of this area. With our entertaining Aboriginal guide, you'll be sure to learn, laugh and be enriched by the experience.

Please be advised that attendees will require adult supervision. Registration is required for all children, caregivers and adults attending.

For more information on Aboriginal Cultural experiences at Yanchep National Park visit the Parks and Wildlife website.

Sunday 5th June

When: 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Where: Wangi Mia Meeting Place, Yanchep National Park (click here for map)
Cost: FREE
Book: SOLD OUT

Sunday 19th June

When: 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Where: Wangi Mia Meeting Place, Yanchep National Park (click here for map)
Cost: FREE
Book: SOLD OUT

Wetlands to Woodlands - SOLD OUT

This is a photograph of a tiger snake. The snake has its head lifted off the ground and is looking directly at the camera with its forked tongue poking out. Its body winds underneath itself and continues out of the frame. The ground is damp and covered in grass and fallen leaves and nuts.
Tiger snake.

Learn about the habitats of animals at Yanchep National Park including frogs, tiger snakes and honey possums. From wetlands to woodlands, find out how these animals and plants adapt to changing conditions in the park.

Please be advised that attendees will require adult supervision. Registration is required for all children, caregivers and adults attending.

Sunday 19th June - Session 1

When: 10:30am - 11:30am
Where: Wangi Mia Meeting Place, Yanchep National Park (click here for map)
Cost: FREE
Book: SOLD OUT

Sunday 19th June - Session 2

When: 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Where: Wangi Mia Meeting Place, Yanchep National Park (click here for map)
Cost: FREE
Book: SOLD OUT

For more information or to discuss your accessibility requirements, please contact Nicole at nicole@natureplaywa.org.au