Yellagonga Regional Park

Various access points including Neil Hawkins Park

Contact

Department of Biodiversity Conservation and Attractions - Parks and Wildlife Service Wildcare Helpline

9474 9055 enquiries@dbca.wa.gov.au

The City of Joondalup is home to Yellagonga Regional Park, often called the Kings Park of the north. The park is best explored from the historic site of Neil Hawkins Park, situated only a short stroll from the Joondalup City Centre.

Yellagonga is Joondalup’s best hidden secret. Nature lovers can walk through the native bushland that surrounds the 16-km circuit around Lake Joondalup, home to wildlife such as long-necked turtles, kangaroos and black cockatoos.