Greenmount National Park is located in the Perth Metropolitan Region and is approximately fifty six hectares. Twenty six kilometres east of Perth (off Great Eastern Highway). Access is via the Great Eastern Highway, Darling Road, Oxley Road, Padbury Road. Sealed roads. Padbury Road terminates in park. Public transport passes along Darlington Road one kilometre east of Perth. The Park embraces Greenmount Hill. Extensive views over coastal plain and Perth. Slopes of hill are steep with small breakaways. Vegetation is predominantly Marri and Wandoo with a good variety of wildflowers, open heathland on northern slopes. The fauna is restricted to lizards, Bandicoots and micro fauna. A number of species of birds inhabit the park while others range in the area. No camping, no facilities for picnicking available and no fires allowed. Walking is allowed within the proximity of the sealed road which is easy. Other areas are steep.