- Less than 1 hour
West side of Harvey River Bridge on Lake Clifton Road formerly Old Bunbury Road.
Junction of Runnymede Road and Wellesley Road Binningup.
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The original trail was 56km long and started at Island Point Mandurah, but since 1989 has been progressively encroached upon by urban development. The current trail is 45.5 km long.
Section 1 - No longer in use
Section 2 - 14.5 km one way, starts from the west side of the Harvey River Bridge on Lake Clifton Road formerly known as Old Bunbury Road and ends at the junction of Runnymede and Wellesley Roads, riding south. Allow 3 hours for this section.
Section 3 - Johnston Road to Forestry Road (riding South) 21km – allow 4 hours.
Section 4 - Forestry Road to Wellesley Road (riding South) 10km one way — allow 2 hours.
There are a few places along the trail suitable for parking a float:
Vineyard 28 - secure float parking with prior notice, wine tasting and BYO picnic lunch
Old Coast Road Brewery - there is a spur trail to the brewery where you can tether your horse in the shade or use the yards while you enjoy a meal and locally made brew.
You can also stay at Myalup Cottages where you can park the float.
Here is everything you need to know before visiting this trail.
Half-day to multi-day experience
March to November
To northern trailhead - From Perth approx. 1:15 by car; To southern trailhead - From Perth approx. 1:35 by car
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