"Yellagonga Regional Park is a beautiful spot in our northern suburbs and is a wonderful place for people to recreate and relax. That’s why the Cook Labor Government is investing to preserve and enhance Yellagonga Regional Park so that it can reach its full potential.”

- Emily Hamilton MLA

Emily Hamilton MLA and the Cook Labor Government are delivering an investment across Yellagonga Regional Park to preserve and enhance the park - creating a ‘Kings Park of the North’.

This investment includes a new seven-kilometre Mountain Bike Trail in Joondalup. The new trail will be located at the north-west corner of the park at Lot 1, next to Lakeside Drive.

The trail corridors have been carefully designed to minimise impacts the existing environment and to ensure long-term sustainability.

The new Mountain Bike Trail will connect the local community with our amazing natural environment, as well as providing improved amenities including a new carpark, new toilets, large shade pavilion, yarning circle and interpretive signage highlighting the area’s history and natural attractions.

The site has been named Yalbunullup. This name was chosen in consultation with Traditional Owners and reflects the traditional Noongar name for the site.

Across the entirety of Yellagonga Regional Park, our investment will deliver:

  • Seven-kilometre mountain bike trail

  • Nature playground and boardwalk adjacent to Luisini Winery

  • A viewing platform and boardwalk on the Wanneroo side of Lake Joondalup

  • Improved access at Perry’s Paddock near Ocean Reef Road

  • New paths and interpretive signing throughout the park

  • Expanded rehabilitation efforts

  • Preserving and improving Yellagonga Regional Park for decades to come