CROOKED BROOK FOREST

 

Crooked Brook Forest

 

GPS 33 27 53.44 S 115 47 40.18 E

 

 

 

Toilets available Tables and / or seats and / or shelters provided Fire places or BBQs available Pets allowed on leash Walk trails Authorised parking facilities

 

 

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Crooked Brook Forest is an attractive recreation site in the shire of Dardanup just 25km from Bunbury.

There are four different walk trails ranging from the wheelchair acccessible 600 metre dam loop, to a 10 kilometre trail for the more enthusiastic walkers.

Facilities at the site include toilets, a playground for children, shelters, seats, tables and BBQs.

The best time to visit is in spring when the winter rains have ensured the creek is running and that the wildflowers are blooming.

The site is managed by DPaW but a great deal of work done on the site can be attributed to a group of vulunteers who are part of The Crooked Brook Forest Association.

The Association have been active at Crooked Brook since 1994 and they continue to work on maintaining and upgrading the area.

The area is predominantly covered by jarrah forest so there is the opportunity to see native animals if you walk quietly along the trails.

 

 

 

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