Jabitj Trail, Wellington NP

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Rated: 54321 (5/5), based on 5 reviews.

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Toni Prasser

54321

Great hike with so many spots on the way to stop to take a breather or swim. We started at Honeymoon Pool which took us to the Wellington Dam wall mural (have to see!!) It was great having access to a toilet and Kisok for a coffee before heading back to Honeymoon Pools. It took us about 1.5hours one way (3 hours return), we took a few moments to take in the scenery along the way. We will back to this track again.

Steve Roney

54321

One of my favourites in the Collie region. One day I'll do it in summer and enjoy a dip at all those secluded swimming spots along the way....put this one on the list!

Christine Hamilton

43211

Loved the meandering walk along the river's edge smile

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Fayley Arthur

54321

Beautiful walk with several choices for a river swim or picnic. For a decent workout walk Honeymoon Pool to Kiosk (for coffee!) as it’s a lot uphill, or for an easier walk go the other direction and finish up at Honeymoon Pool for a cooling swim and rest under the trees. I would find it a bit long for a return trip ... one way was just the right distance.

Kim Fawcett

54321

This would have to be my favourite trail in the Wellington National Park so far. We left one car at the Kiosk and drove the second car to Honeymoon Pool so we didn't have to walk all the way back. The trail follows the river and by starting at the Kiosk was mostly down hill. The views over the river are spectacular so make sure you take a camera. There are a few spots you could swim in summer but when we went it was too cold for swimming. However everything was covered with moss and looked amazing. It took us 2 hours walking at a steady pace.

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