Warren River Loop Walk - Rated in the top 10 of "Top Trails".
The Warren River Loop Walk is a 10.5 km bush walking trail that follows the Heartbreak Trails in the Warren National Park. This fantastic walk is right on our doorstep, you can start from the Pemberton Wine Centre and either walk the loop or you can opt for a shorter walk to the Bicentennial Tree. The loop winds through the magnificent virgin karri forest of the Warren River valley The rapids of Heartbreak Crossing are spectacular and the Warren Lookout, high above the river are good stopping places along the walk.
Bicentennial Tree (6kms return)
Wander through the towering old growth karri's of the Warren National Park to the Bicentennial Tree. This tree is the tallest of the three fire lookout trees open to the public to climb. It was pegged in 1988 as part of Australia's Bicentennial celebrations. At 68 metres the tree has 360 degree views of karri forest and glimpses of the Yeagarup Dunes and coast beyond.
Yeagarup Dunes Walk (3 kms) moderate
Drive to Yeagarup Lake to do this walk, the dunes are a land lock dune system and the face of these dunes are over 40 metres high. Features woodlands, lakes and dunes.
Big Brook Dam - 4 km loop
This walk trail loops around the dam, passing through the Big Brook forest. There are several shelters along the way that provide information about the karri forest environment. Also a great recreational spot to picnic, canoe and is a popular swimming spot in the Summer.
Windy Harbour - D'Entrecasteaux National Park
A drive of less than an hour to the coast where you can soak up the salt air, Call into Mount Chudalup on your way down or on the way back. Witness sweeping views of the Southern ocean and surrounding D'Entrecasteaux National Park.
Gloucester Tree Walk - 3 kms
Easy walk to stretch the legs whilst visiting the famous Gloucester Tree
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