Beedelup National Park

Beedelup National Park

Infobox protected area of Australia | name = Beedelup National Park
iucn_category = II

caption = Map of Australia
locator_x = 27
locator_y = 170
nearest_town_or_city = Pemberton, Western Australia
coordinates = coord|34|25|06|S|115|52|40|E|
area = 17.86 km² ( 4,447.8 acre )
established = 1977
visitation_num =
visitation_year =
managing_authorities = Department of Environment and Conservation
official_site = -

Beedelup is a national park in Western Australia (Australia), 277 km south of Perth. It is situated on the Vasse Highway some 10 km west of Pemberton. The park is especially lush and damp due to an abundance of water. [cite web|title=Beedelup National Park|publisher=Australia's South West|url=|accessdate=2006-12-19]

The park is mostly karri forest, with mixed areas of jarrah and marri. Its major attraction is the Beedelup Falls, which are in full flow during winter and spring. [cite web|title=ParkFinder|publisher=NatureBase|url=,com_hotproperty/task,view/id,90/Itemid,755/|accessdate=2006-12-19] A suspension bridge, built in 1995, offers passage across Beedelup Brook and good views of the falls. [cite web|title=Beedelup National Park||url=|accessdate=2006-12-19]

ee also

* Protected areas of Western Australia


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