Mount Richmond National Park
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Mount Richmond is an extinct volcano surrounded by low, flat land. The volcano is covered with a layer of sand blown inland long ago from Discovery Bay.
With spectacular spring wildflowers and abundant wildlife in unspoilt bushland, Mount Richmond is the perfect place to have a picnic, take a walk or simply drive to the summit and enjoy the magnificent views.
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Popular things to do
This picnic area has tables, fireplace, toilets and an information shelter.
1 hour. This self-guided walk is recommended for all visitors. Information is available at the picnic ground where the walk
1 hour. Descends through tall stringybark forest to peppermint and Swamp Gum open forest at the base of the mountain.…
1 hour. A lookout gives good views of Cape Bridgewater and Discovery Bay. Koalas can sometimes be seen feeding on…
1 hour. Featuring good ocean view through stunted stringybarks and open heathland. The track may be wet in places in…