Yellagonga Regional Park is nestled in the suburb of Woodvale. Located approximately 300 metres up the road from Cockman House (a heritage house mentioned in my previous post), is a picturesque park filled with pathways, two heritage buildings, glorious trees and wide open spaces.
Entry to the park is free and there is ample parking just off the road on the doorstep of the park.
There are two buildings in the park which are maintained by the Department of Environment and Conservation- Perry’s Cottage and Stables.
If photography is a passion, I’d recommend visiting the park at dusk or dawn because the large trees and natural landscape would make the perfect setting for an awe-inspiring photo.
There are a number of paths (shared by walkers and cyclists alike) and the park is dog friendly. So if you’re looking for a way to spend an afternoon, this place should be on the option list.