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Short walks in the north

Medium walk / Day walk
Short walk

Millers Landing Nature Walk

Starting at Five Mile car park, turn left just after the management gate. This delightful walk meanders gently downhill through open banksia and stringybark woodland to Millers Landing. Located on the southern coast of Corner Inlet, the Landing protects the southernmost stand of mangroves in the world.

Distance: 2 km.
Time: 40 mins.
Grade: Easy.

Vereker Outlook

Starting at Five Mile car park, the track winds through open banksia woodland. Panoramic views to Darby Saddle, Corner Inlet and Cotters Beach are offered as the track climbs through stringybark forest and a tumble of granite boulders.

Distance: 3 km
Time: 1 hour.
Grade: Moderate.

Millers Landing Link Track

Winding through open heathy woodland, this short track provides great wildflower spotting opportunities and allows the visitor to combine both the Millers Landing Nature Walk and Vereker Outlook walk. The link track can be approached from either end.

Distance: 1 km.
Time: 20 mins.
Grade: Easy.

Big Drift

Starting at Stockyard Campsite near the park entrance, follow the signposts to the northern flank of Big Drift, an extensive series of inland sand dunes. It’s easy to get lost in Big Drift so be careful to mark your path to find the track out again. There is no beach
access from Big Drift.

Distance: 2 km.
Time: 40 mins.
Grade: Moderate.

Shallow Inlet

Commencing at Hourigan Camp Lane at the northern tip of the Prom, this short walk provides beach access to Shallow Inlet via a sheltered gully of coastal tea-tree and swamp paperbark.

Distance: 400 metres
Time: 15 mins.
Grade: Easy.

Prom Wildlife Walk

Located behind the wildlife viewing area, this walk provides perfect opportunities to view native wildlife including kangaroos, wallabies, emus and wombats.

Distance: 2.3 km return
Time: 45 minutes.
Grade: Easy.

Cotters Lake and Beach

This easy walk passes through the often dry basin of Cotters Lake to Cotters Beach - a wild, windswept stretch of coast. Wildlife, including kangaroos and emus, are often sighted in this area. Start at the Cotters Lake car park and follow the management vehicle track past the gate.

Distance: 1.2 km
Time: 30 mins. 
Grade: Easy.

Darby Beach

Commencing at the Darby River car park, a sandy track follows Darby River as it winds its way to the coast. The small exposed beach is embraced at each end by rocky headlands. Please stay on the beach and avoid climbing fragile sand dunes.

Distance: 1.1km from car park.
Grade: Easy.

Refer to the Park Note - Walking Guide below for more information.