Kurliiny Tjenangitj Trail, Wellington NP

Overview

From Honeymoon Pool you can do a 5 kilometre return walk to a lookout point above the Collie River - or continue on to complete the almost 10 kilometre loop walk through Wellington National Park.

View from lookout

View from lookout on the Kurliiny Tjenangitj trail.

Photo Credit: Department of Parks and Wildlife


About the Trail

The Kurliiny Tjenangitj trail meaning "come and see" in the Noongar language, is a 9.5 kilometre loop walk that ascends, often steeply, through forest to a lookout offering views over the Collie River valley. From there the trail ascends less steeply along a four wheel drive track, until it meets the Mundi Biddi Track again.  More ascent is followed by a rocky descent back to the river.  In spring there is a profusion of wildlfowers. 

A walk from Honeymoon Pool to the lookout and return is five and a half kilometres. A large section of this track is shared with the Munda Biddi mountain bike trail. 

Honeymoon Pool is a Department of Parks and Wildlife campsite and picnic area, offering more than 20 campsites among trees beside the Collie River.  You can enjoy  swimming, canoeing and fishing.  You can also walk to the Wellington Dam Kiosk from here on the Jabitj trail.


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