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Lesueur National Park

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Cockleshell Gully Road | Jurien Bay, Western Australia 6156, Australia
+61 8 9652 7043
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Very nice ride through the park with no tourists

A car is needed to access the park (20/30mns drive from Jurien Bay) and then to go through the park... read more

Reviewed 15 March 2017
BLshanghai
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Singapore, Singapore
Botanic paradise

If travelling from Green Head turn off the Indian Ocean Drive to Coorow-Green Head road. Then turn... read more

Reviewed 6 January 2017
Darron G
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Geraldton, Australia
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“scenic drive” (5 reviews)
“dirt road” (4 reviews)
“picnic area” (4 reviews)
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Cockleshell Gully Road | Jurien Bay, Western Australia 6156, Australia
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Reviewed 15 March 2017

A car is needed to access the park (20/30mns drive from Jurien Bay) and then to go through the park by itself. The period was certainly not ideal to admire the diversity of plants and flowers, but it was really relaxing to be there without...More

Thank BLshanghai
Reviewed 6 January 2017

If travelling from Green Head turn off the Indian Ocean Drive to Coorow-Green Head road. Then turn right down Cockshell Gully Road (a dirt road). Eventually there is an 18 km tourist drive. t is a sealed loop road. The highlight is the track to...More

2  Thank Darron G
Reviewed 24 October 2016

For 12 per vehicle you can visit this park and Nambung national park if you do it the same day. We were lucky to have a beautiful sunny and warm day while visiting this park. You pay at the entrance (honesty box). The road is...More

Thank Sarracenia
Reviewed 21 October 2016

We visited the park in early October 2016 - it was an excellent time to visit, not too hot, not too many flies, and with a wonderful profusion of wildflowers. That said, it was evident that some of the flowers including the banksias were already...More

1  Thank JElliot32
Reviewed 7 October 2016

We were here this time last year (Oct) and only had time to drive the Lesueur Scenic Drive loop, but the wildflowers were beautiful. Next time we will go back on a cooler day to do some of the walks, maybe in September when all...More

Thank fishinmad2015
Reviewed 5 October 2016

Cockleshell Gully Road leading into Lesueur National Park was impressive with vast areas of Grass Trees, Smokebush, Grevilleas and other wildflowers were more impressive than the Gairdner Road one way loop within the park. Also excellent wildflowers along the Coolimba-Eneabba Road on the Beekeepers Nature...More

Thank citfancier
Reviewed 30 September 2016 via mobile

A walk around the loop trail at Mt Leseur this week ( late September) was absolutely magnificent. The diversity and abundance of wild flowers was superb. Well worth a visit. A walk to the top of Mt Leseur was also fabulous although there were less...More

Thank Aishy64
Reviewed 24 September 2016

Visiting in September we enjoyed a rich and coloured flora, beautiful lookouts and, between 4 and 5 pm a lot of kangaroos. We travelled the scenic one way drive, making many stops to appreciate animals and flowers. Please note: after 4 pm it is easier...More

Thank OspreyP
Reviewed 30 August 2016

Lesueur National Park is best to visit in late winter to spring (August - November) when the rich variety of wild flowers are blooming. It's one of Australia's key flora conservation reserves. To enjoy the park, you can choose to do the 18 km (one...More

1  Thank GabyVM
Reviewed 26 August 2016

We decided to go and see the wild flowers in the national park but found it a bit disappointing as we have seen so many fields of colourful wild flowers on our travels that we were expecting the same thing here, instead there is a...More

Thank Graeme B
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