WALK TRAILS - SOUTH WEST
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Distance: 3km loop
Access via Logue Brook Dam and then 11km of unsealed road to the Hoffman's Mill campsite.
The trail begins at the info shelter and continues across a small bridge over the Harvey River. Blue markers guide you along the trail.
After the river you turn north and continues to a second small bridge. Follow the trail north east to a large jarrah tree where it veers south again before returning to the campsite.
Distance: 8km return
Harris Dam is about 20km north of Collie via Tallanalla Road. Park at the carpark.
The trail leads north over a small bridge and crosses Norm Road. It then veers north east to the Harris Dam campsite that is part of the Bibbulmun Track.
Follow the trail north east to the restored section of Louis and Read tramway. Return from here via the route you just came on.
Distance: 8.2km one way
The walk follows the route of the Collie River from Wellington Dam to Honeymoon Pool.
After about 6km a steep trail leads up to a lookout. This is just a side trip so keep straight on if you want to get to Honeymoon Pool.
Distance: 15km return
Located in the town of Greenbushes and starting at the cultural centre, the trail takes you north east along Blackwood Road, crosses Telluride St. and then heads north to the water supply overflow. Follow along the left side and turn east crossing a small bridge.
Continue north to where the Bubbulmun Track intersects from the east then cross a small creek. Keep north and then bear west before turning south just after a lookout. Follow the track south then west to a point where the Bibbulmun track leaves to the north west. Keep south west and cross Mount Jones Dam wall. Follow along the south side of the dam and then turn south following the stream to Sweke's Dam. Cross the dam wall and follow the track south to a natural swimming pool. Cross a road and follow the track south Maranup Ford Road where you turn east and return top your starting point.
Distance: 3.2km loop
The trail is located at Jarrah Park and leads north from the carpark.
Follow the trail north to a sign that indicates a detour to a hollow karri tree. You can chose to do this extra section that re-joins the main trail, or keep straight on to a bridge.
Cross the bridge and follow the creek south. The trail eventually leads away from the creek in a wide arc before returning and continuing east to a shield tree.
Follow the trail east across the creek to a T junction and turn south to return to the carpark.
Distance: 4km loop
Located at Leschenault Peninsular Conservation Park.
The trail starts at the carpark and goes east to the estuary and a lookout.
Follow the trail south along the water's edge. The trail leads south west away from the water to a T junction. Turn right.
Follow the track north to the park entry road where you can turn right and return to the carpark.
Distance: 2.5km loop
Park at the Bunker Bay carpark and follow the trail along Shelly Cove to a lookout.
From here turn north and at a T junction take the trail leading east. Follow along the coast to a second lookout and then head inland to where this trail intersects with the Lighthouse Walk.
Turn left and follow to another intersection where you turn south towards the car park. The other trail leads to another carpark and can be used as al alternate route if the carpark at Bunker Bay is full.
Distance: 3.2 km loop
The trail starts at the car park at the western end of West Coast Road.
Walk north from the carpark to a T junction. You can go either right or left as this is the loop section of the trail.
There are two lookouts along the track.
Distance: 4 km return
Running from the upper Canal Rocks carpark south to Wyadup, this is part of the Cape to Cape track.
Park at the first carpark (not the main one by the rocks) and cross the road to the start of this section of the track.
The first 200 metres to a lookout are not difficult but after that the track gets rough and steep. You cross a small creek before arriving at the Wyadup carpark.
Distance: 2 km
Park at the Ellensbrook carpark and make your way through to the old homestead.
Follow the trail into the paperbark trees to an intersection in the track. You can follow either one as this section of the track is a loop.
There is a viewing platform near the small falls and several small creek crossings.
Distance: 4 km loop
Located off Carters Rd. 2km from Margaret River.
Follow the walk trail from the carpark to a T junction in the trail. You can go in either direction as the trail is a loop.
There is a short detour to an old chimney along the trail that marks the place an old sawmill used to stand.
Distance: 6.5 km one way
This is also part of the Cape to Cape track and takes in a particularly scenic part of the coast.
Take the track south across the headland where there is a lookout. Continue south following the beach and keep a look out for markers pointing to steps leading off the beach just before a limestone outcrop.
Follow a 4x4 track for a bout 500 metres inland and find the walk trail leading south towards Foul Bay lighthouse. The oddly named Foul Bay is one of the most beautiful beaches in this area.
From the lighthouse follow the trail south to Cosy Corner Road and turn right to the carpark.
Distance: 3 km one way
Yet another section of the Cape to Cape track this is the final part of the walk when heading south.
It is possible to do this walk in shorter sections as there are carparks located at Cape Leeuwin, Quarry Bay and Skippy Rock.
The northern end of Quarry Bay is interesting as fresh water seeps out of the cliffs here and has created some interesting rock formations.
Distance: 1.5km loop
Distance: 9km one way
Located 25km east of Bunbury in the Ferguson Valley.
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