About The Tour
The one-way 18.5-kilometre scenic drive is a great way to enjoy the park’s many delights where you will fine opportunities to enjoy the scenery or take photographs, the scenic drive trail loops around through the park from Cockleshell Gully Road and back to the same road. In spring this trail is sure to delight with the vast array of wildflowers it takes you past, as the drive trail winds back towards Cockleshell Gully Road, there are vast areas of grass trees and watch out for the cycads that grow in profusion.
While spending the day at Mt Lesueur you will have the opportunity to take a bush walk, there are a few options or you can walk them all.
400 meters return
This is the easiest walking trail in the park and is wheelchair accessible. Interpretive signs will help you identify local plants and explain their biology and traditional use. The Botanical Path leads to Iain Wilson Lookout.
400 meters return
This trail starts at the Iain Wilson Lookout (accessed via the Botanical Path) and climbs to the 313-metre high summit of Mount Lesueur. From the top, you will see sweeping views of the surrounding heath land and woodland. Keep an eye out for the wedge-tailed eagles, which are Australia’s largest bird of prey.
2.5 kilometer loop
This trail begins at Drummond car park and meanders through kwongan heath and low woodlands to the sandstone out crops of Gairdner Ridge. It is a relatively easy walk.
Tours Depart Visitors Centre, Bashford St and run for approx 4hrs.
This is a great tour to do with Stockyard Gully Caves and make a full day experience.
Wild Flower Season July-October and Bush Walks all year round, bookings essential please contact us for availability.
Things to Bring:
- Enclosed Shoes
- Park Entry Fee
- Lunch (Only on tours ex Perth)