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Chuditch Walk Trail, Lane Poole Reserve

The Chuditch Walk Trail in Lane Poole Reserve is a 7 kilometre semi-loop starting from Nanga Mill campground to Chuditch campground (or reverse). It starts and finishes by the beautiful Murray River.
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Lane Poole Falls Walk Trail, Northcliffe

Venture into wild forest on this 5km moderate walk trail linking the Boorara Tree recreation site with Lane Poole Falls. Wander towards through mixed karri and marri forest which changes to riverine vegetation as you descend into the Canterbury River valley.
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Waterous Trail, Lane Poole,  Dwellingup

The Waterous Trail in the Lane Poole Reserve is a moderate 61.3 kilometre off-road cycling loop, primarily through Jarrah country, with two overnight options.
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King Jarrah Walk Trail, Lane Poole, Dwellingup

Located south of Dwellingup in Western Australia’s beautiful Peel Region, this five-hour walk features a 300-600-year-old tree, the ‘King Jarrah’, who’s age is continually disputed. It is less mighty these days after a couple of major fires, but still worth the walk and visit.
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Lovers Lane Scenic Drive, Toodyay

The Lovers Lane Scenic Drive is an alternative route to/ from Toodyay offering scenic views of the Avon River
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Rocks Laneway Walk Trail

The Rocks Laneway is a celebration of the built and natural heritage of Geraldton. Central to Marine Terrace, the Laneway begins in the former historic and repurposed Rock’s Stationers Hall, then takes you on a walk through a stunning wildflower meta graphic art installation by artist Trevor Richards.
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Captain Fawcett Track, Dwellingup to Quindanning

Starting at Dawn Creek Road and finishing 105 kilometres later at the Quindanning Hotel, the Captain Fawcett 4WD Track showcases some of Western Australia’s best jarrah forests, historic farmhouses, original trestle bridges and magnificent views.
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Les Couzens Bridle Trail, Dwellingup

This moderately-rated 17 kilometre horse trail begins at the town oval in Dwellingup and loops through Lane Poole Reserve back to town. Enjoy riding through the jarrah forest and pine plantations.
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Delaney Trail, Walpole-Nornalup NP

This five-kilometre walk starts at the Coalmine Beach recreation area and follows the Bibbulmun track to Hilltop Lookout in the Tingle Forest. It offers views of Nornalup Inlet as well as hiking among the karri and tingle trees.
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Lovers Lane, Langford Park

This easy (green) 1.4 kilometre old fire trail takes an easy route through the forest. Perfect for anyone new to mountain biking.
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Mercury Lane, Kalamunda Mountain Bike Trails

Mecury Lane is a 300 metre downhill blue trail, in the Kalamunda Mountain Bike Network. This short flowy ride starts at the end of Lost 'N' Found and the connects up with Mercury Street
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Lost and Found, Kalamunda Mountain Bike Trails

Lost and Found is a 1 kilometre uphill blue trail, in the Kalamunda Mountain Bike Network. Conecting the Munda Biddi and Mecury Lane
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Year 1, Murray Valley Mountain Bike Trails, Dwellingup

A steep and fast flow trail suitable for beginners.
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Marrinup Circuit, Dwellingup Mountain Bike Trails

The Marrinup Circuit meanders through some of Australia’s oldest rocks, which are more often exposed on this part of the Darling Scarp near Dwellingup, south of Perth. The mountain bike trail passes through native jarrah forest and redgum.
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Island Pool Walk Trail, Dwellingup

Nestled on the banks of the eastern side of the Murray River, Island Pool is a pretty spot to spend a day. The Island Pool walk trail starts from the top car park and is a one-hour loop through scenic jarrah forest and provides excellent views of the valley and...
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Bam Bam, Murray Valley Mountain Bike Trails, Dwellingup

A difficult downhill black trail, starting off Boom Boom, and finishing at Push-Up access trail.
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Kalamunda Fairy Door Trail

Fairies have taken over Kalamunda! This urban trail takes you through the inner streets of central Kalamunda where you can search for gorgeous little fairy doors hiding near the business entrances. This is a great trail for the kids, and it's definitely a challenge to find every single one.
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Thomas River crossing to Mt Arid car park, Cape Arid NP

The Thomas River Crossing to Mt Arid car park is a challenging 25km 4wd beach drive in the Cape Arid National Park near Esperance. The trail, for the most part, follows the scenic coastline and then occasionaly leaves the coastline on single 4wd tracks to bypass large rocky outcrops.
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Yarri Up, Murray Valley Mountain Bike Trails, Dwellingup.

A climbing trail that connects to the Roost.
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Blue Marron, Murray Valley Mountain Bike Trails, Dwellingup

A moderate blue cross-country trail, starting at Rock On, Yarri Up and off the Munda Biddi and finishing back on the Munda Biddi.