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Yalgorup National Park

Place of Lakes. Yalgorup is the largest national park on the Swan Coastal Plain extending just south of Mandurah to Myalup in the Harvey Region. It includes ten magnificent lakes and the famous Lake Clifton Thrombolites.

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Tuart Forest National Park

The Tuart Forest National Park protects the largest remaining pure forest of Tuart in the world. It also has the tallest and largest specimens of Tuart trees on the Swan Coastal Plain.

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King Jarrah Tree

Be awed by nature with a visit to the King Jarrah Tree in Wellington National Park. It is the largest, easily accessible tree in the BunGeo.

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Leschenault Peninsula Conversation Park

Leschenault Peninsula Conservation Park is just minutes from Australind and Bunbury yet feels like you are miles from civilisation. The Park is located on a thin peninsula, bounded on one side by the Indian Ocean and the Leschenault Estuary on the other.

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