Drovers Cave National Park

Address: Jurien Bay WA 6516
Drovers Cave National Park is covers 2,681 hectares. It is located six kilometres east of Jurien; two-hundred and fifty-five kilometres north of Perth and two-hundred and forty kilometres south of Geraldton. The park can be described as rough limestone country with numerous caves. All entrances to caves however are locked for public safety and to prevent vandalism. Vegetation consists of Banksia woodland with a thick under story of Parrot Bush, One Sided Bottle Brush and Shrub Banksia. Fauna in the region include the Western Grey Kangaroo, Honey Possums, emus, bustards and various reptiles. There is no camping in the park. Day visits only. Supplies can be bought from Jurien. The park is considered unsuitable for picnicking. Walking is limited to fire breaks, as vegetation under story is very thick in areas. Spring is the best time to visit for wildflowers. Tick repellant is recommended.


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