Last updated on August 10th, 2017 at 09:36 pm
Cape Range National Park is a stunning area of limestone mountain ranges, deep canyons, and over 50 kilometres of pristine white sand beaches.
The park covers 50,581 hectares and it northern boundary sits just a mere 40 kilometres from Exmouth.
Cape Range National Park: Nature Attraction
The park boasts an impressive array of wildlife, including a variety of birds, emus euros, and red kangaroos.
Visitors will be able to find a variety of species of bird in the Mangrove Bay sanctuary area, which also overlooks a lagoon. The Mandu Mandu Gorge offers a scenic three kilometre walking trail.
Guests can also take a trip to Yardie Creek where centuries of erosion have created a fantastic multi-colored gorge which is home to an assortment of wildlife, including rare black-footed wallabies.
The Yardie Creek gorge also has a number or walking trails from which guests can experience the area. Likewise, there are a number of boat cruises running through the area.
The Charles Knife Canyon is another scenic point in the park, where the razor-backed ridges of the range provides stunning downward views into the stark gorges.
There are several lookout points in this area that provide fantastic views and excellent photography opportunities.
The park offers the Milyerling Visitor Centre, which provides all the information you might need for your visit to the park.