No Through Road - Sandy Bay Track

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Yardie Creek Road, Cape Range National Park, Western Australia


Sign as of 25th July 2020 - No through road to eastern side of the Cape Range National Park on the Sandy Bay Track due to newly constructed fence. No camping or overnight parking allowed.

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Lat: -22.231335 Lng: 113.850439

User Reviews



Did the track from east to west yesterday. Follow the instruction written on the other side (basically start on Charles knife road and then follow the power line before climbing in the range). The first part till the fig tree cave is quite easy with a few rocky steps and small Sandy patches. The second part is more challenging with more rocks, bigger steps, steep slopes. The biggest challenge is the big rock steps totally at the end on the western side. The scenery is amazing with rugged landscape and the sea on both side most of the track. Track is quite challenging and would not consider it unless really experienced. Easier to start from eastern side.





Spontaneous Wanderers (Facebook)

Unless u have a high clearance 4wd this track is undoable. The track 500m off the road is sandy and ok but then u get to a very step and stepped rock wall. Definitely require a high clearance 4wd.


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