Stockyard Gully National Park is home to a fascinating group of limestone caves that lead to an underwater river system.
The largest cave is an impressive sight. Walk through the 300 metre long cave which is covered by a sandy floor. The more adventurous will enjoy the challenge of the smaller caves which require a little more manoeuvring to get through. Look out for the colonies of bats as you make your way through the caves.
Relax and enjoy a picnic amongst the trees, relishing in the peace and tranquillity of the surroundings. Keep an eye out for the variety of birdlife and fauna that live here. Don't forget to visit nearby Lesueur National Park.
Ensure you bring plenty of water as there is no fresh water available. A four-wheel drive vehicle is also necessary to explore most of the rugged terrain.
Like Hill River, camping is not allowed within the National Park, overnight accommodation in Jurien Bay or Cervantes is required. Alternatively, try Milligan Island Eco Campsite if you are a self-sufficient traveller.
Stockyard Gully National Park is three hours northeast of Perth, and a short drive from Coorow.