City of Wanneroo offers residents discounted Yanchep National Park annual passes

Wanneroo Mayor Tracey Roberts with Yanchep National Park manager Julia Coggins (left) and acting senior ranger Phillipa Carboon.
Wanneroo Mayor Tracey Roberts with Yanchep National Park manager Julia Coggins (left) and acting senior ranger Phillipa Carboon.

THE City of Wanneroo is offering residents discounted annual passes to Yanchep National Park in collaboration with the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (DBCA).

From today, a limited number of residents can buy their annual park pass for $13, which is the same cost as a day pass.

Wanneroo Mayor Tracey Roberts said the discount initiative was a win for residents who valued the proximity and amenity Yanchep National Park had to offer.

“Abundant in gorgeous native flora and fauna, Yanchep National Park is a popular natural attraction within the City,” she said.

“Through this collaboration with the DBCA, City of Wanneroo residents can enjoy, learn about and experience this idyllic slice of nature that is right on our doorstep.

“With koalas, kangaroos, caves, walks and more, Yanchep National Park is the perfect day trip for families of all ages – and now return trips throughout the year won’t bear any additional cost.”

For more information, visit www.wanneroo.wa.gov.au/ynp.