WOOROLOO REGIONAL PARK

(Formerly Pickering Brook)

 

Wooroloo Regional Park

 

GPS 31 51 44 E 116 17 00 S - 31 51 53 E 116 14 11 E

Walk trails

 

 

 

 

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Located just north and west of Chidlow there aren't any facilities in the park but there are excellent picnic and camping facilities at the nearby Lake Leschenaultia.

The park's name is derived from an Aboriginal word 'worrilow' that is thought to mean, 'you will return' and refers to pools along Wooroloo Brook.

Another spelling of the name was 'warriloo' but by the late 1890s the current spelling had been generally accepted.

Part of the park can be explored via the Helena Valley walk trail. This is a loop that takes about 90 minutes to complete and can be accessed from Helena Valley Road. There is also a walk trail around Lake Leschenaultia.

 

NPW Website for more information

 

 

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