- Toilets Available
- Disabled Access
- Picnic Areas
Beedelup Falls – 300m easy access from the carpark to this delightful series of small, rocky cascades tumbling through the lush forest. A 25 m suspension bridge spanning Beedelup Brook and an accessible lookout, give picturesque views of the Beedelup Falls and beyond. Sunlight filters through the karris, masses of ferns and mosses encase the tree bases, and in winter, the Falls will be crashing and spraying in full flow.
Beedelup Loop Walk – explore beyond the Falls’ boardwalk section for a 4.5 km loop trail, rated ‘moderately hard’. First take a short detour to the ‘Walk Through Tree’ with its little protective ladder, then rejoining the loop trail, climb through the mossy undergrowth under the high-canopied karri, before descending to Beedelup Lake and Karri Valley Resort. Beyond the Beedelup Lake dam the trail joins the Bibbulman Track, passing thick karri and some grand fallen giants, and finally returns to the rushing waters of Beedelup Falls.
LOCATION: Beedelup Falls carpark is 20 mins west of Pemberton (or 4.5hrs south of Perth). Take Vasse Highway for 17.2 km, take right turn (sign posted to Beedelup Falls), further 2 kms.
WHEN: Nice all year round, but best waterfall flows are in winter and early spring.
NO dogs or other pets.
COST: Standard National Park fees apply. Either pay at self-registration booths at the entrance, or purchase a day pass at the Pemberton Visitor’s Centre covering the whole region.
FACILITIES: Toilets, Information gazebo, Picnic table and Accessible Lookout deck.