EXPLORE CAPE RANGE...
Cape Range National Park stretches along the western side of North West Cape, adjacent to Ningaloo Marine Park, and was inscribed on the World Heritage List along with Ningaloo Marine Park in 2011.
It is an ancient landscape of limestone ridges, winding gorges, karst cave systems and pristine beaches, giving way to stunning turquoise waters: the visual contrast between the semi-arid landscape and sub-tropical waters make it one of the most beautiful coastlines in the world.
The opportunities for exploration and adventure in Cape Range National Park abound. Marvel at the forces of nature and discover ancient fossilised corals and stunning vistas from one of the marked walking trails at Yardie Creek, Mandu Mandu Gorge, or the Badjirrajirra trail.
Yardie and Mandu Mandu are also home to endangered populations of Black-flanked Rock Wallabies, who live in the sheer rock walls and make an appearance at dusk and dawn to feed along the cliff tops.
Echidna, osprey, bungarra (sand goanna), dingo, wedge-tail eagles and Euro (wallaroo) are also to be found in the National Park. The keen of eye will spot many other species of birds, reptiles (including endemic geckoes), and shy marsupials.
Plant life is highly specialised to living in this semi-arid environment. More than 10 endemic species exist within Cape Range National Park and include the Cape Range Kurrajong, and species of acacia and grevillea. Winter blooms of Sturt's Desert Pea, Mulla Mulla, Acacia, Native Fuchsia and Native Morning Glory bring splashes of colour to the landscape.
Exmouth Adventure Co's full day and multi-day tours take place within Cape Range National Park, entry fees are included in the tour price.
On our full day tours we may visit sites such as Osprey Bay and Sandy Bay, or Ned's Camp and Lakeside.
Our 3 day tours usually cover a section of coast between Osprey Bay and Ned's Camp.
5 day tours usually travel between Yardie Creek in the south and Ned's Camp or Mangrove Bay in the north, and include guided bush walks at Yardie Creek and Mandu Mandu Gorge.