There are two main access points to Bungendore Park – one from Dryandra Drive off Albany Highway east of Armadale, the other from Admiral Road near the Southern Hills Christian College entrance. Vehicle access to within the park is restricted to only authorised vehicles.
WATER: There is no drinking water available in the park. Please ensure you have enough water for the duration of your stay, particularly in the hotter months.
PHONES: Phone coverage is poor or non-existent in parts of the park
RUBBISH: Bins are provided at the park entrances.
FIRES: Fires are not permitted in the park.
Our volunteer committee runs a number of events throughout the year, click on our events tab in the menu for more information.
Bungendore provides a dramatic and variable landscape of high scenic quality as well as good lookout spots which make it an excellent place for bushwalking.
Five named walk tracks are marked in the park with sign posts and maps are located at both trailheads (you can also find a copy of the map under 'resources'). Please stay on marked trails at all times.
Horses are permitted in the park on the marked bridle paths.
Dogs on a lead are also permitted in the park.
Bungendore is an active conservation site of great value. Throughout the year there may be flora and fauna surveys, feral animal and weed control programs, scientific research programs and various other monitoring activities happening within and around the park. Please say on marked tracks and so not touch traps or any other equipment.
To protect the environment please do not disturb native animals, and do not pick wildflowers or remove plant material, including firewood. If you've found injured wildlife, call the Wildcare Helpline on (08) 9474 9055.
Interesting leaflets and books are available from the Perth Hills Armadale Visitors Centre illustrating the walk tracks and the fauna, flora and fungi to be found in the park.
Also check out our 'About' and 'Resources' pages for lots of information on different aspects of the park and its environment.