Hakea Walk Trail

Western Australia
Credit: Dene Bingham


This picturesque walk takes you along coastal cliffs and beaches dominated by rich coastal heath and explores the wild and rugged section of the Fitzgerald River Biosphere.

Starting at the Cave Point car park, the Hakea Trail extends west to Quoin Head. It takes you on a 23 km walking journey along the rugged coastline from the eastern end of Fitzgerald River National Park.

The trail is classified as a grade 4 trail and should take approximately seven (7) hours.

The trail can be broken up and accessed at different points throughout the walk.

  • Cave Point to West Beach Headland 3.3 km
  • West Beach Headland to Hamersley Inlet 8.1 km
  • Hamersley Inlet to Tamala Karst Lookout 3.5 km
  • Tamala Karst Lookout to Whalebone Creek Campground 5.3 km
  • Whalebone Creek Campground to Quoin Head 6.2 km

A comprehensive map and brochure is available from the Parks and Wildlife office at 13 Morgan Street, Ravensthorpe phone: (08) 9835 5043.

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End of Hakea Walk Trail

Quoin Head Campground, Fitzgerald River National Park Ravensthorpe, WA, Australia

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Start of Hakea Walk Trail

Cave Point, Hopetoun WA, Australia

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