John Forrest National Park, Darlington

#5 of 43 in Nature in Greater Perth
National Park · Nature / Park
John Forrest National Park is a national park in the Darling Scarp, 24 km (15 mi) east of Perth, Western Australia. Proclaimed as a national park in November 1900, it was the first national park in Western Australia and the second in Australia after Royal National Park.

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  • We went along the Park Rd and reached the parking area. Here there are the John Forrest Tavern, barbecue and picnic facilities and of course the toilets. The entrance fee is AUD 15 per car and pets...  more »
  • We didn't access this park via the normal entry point but walked in from the roadside as we were simply after a bit of quiet scenery. We soon found several bush paths and saw a lot of wildlife...  more »
  • Good picnic spot. Loved the bush walk. Historical railway tunnel. Beautiful rock form allover. Plenty of BBQ places and there are public toilets. Great tavern with friendly kangaroos.
  • Great place for a bush walk and picnic. Pub is nearby if you want a cooked meal. Plenty of wildlife and a range of different length walks appropriate for young children.

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