49.1 km oneway
Starting from the car park just south of the McNess House Visitor Centre, Yanchep National Park, this walk takes you on a multi-day journey. The vegetation throughout the walk includes coastal smokebush and native buttercups. As you traverse the inland coastal setting, it is also possible to see wild animals such as kangaroos, waterbirds and echidnas. The track is sandy and open mostly, and the trail is used by bikers, which exacerbates its degradation. At the moment, there are three overnight campsites along the way; Shapcotts, Ridges, Moitch and Pricklybark. Each of them has sleeping shelters, tent sites, bathrooms and other amenities. There are also water tanks, but they can be empty during the dry season. It is recommended you bring as much as possible. Let us begin by acknowledging the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we travel today, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.