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About Djet Dordung, Dale River Reserve Beverley
The Ballardong Noongar have inhabited the region along the Avon River Colguler and Dale River Boyagurring Bilya for thousands of years. The Dale flows into the Avon, which flows to the Swan River in Perth. They are significant rivers in the Wheatbelt which are rich in flora and fauna. The first European explorer to venture past the Darling Ranges was Robert Dale, in 1829. Dale reported that there was great potential for agriculture in the region and soon land was settled in the area. There are several permanent water pools along the Dale River, the pool alongside the Dale River Reserve is known as ‘Reserve Pool’ to locals however other names used include Annandale Pool and to the local indigenous Boyagurring Bilya. Further up and downstream are other significant pools - Mile Pool, Deep Pool and Mandiakin Pool.
Djet Dordung walk trail was marked out for visitors to experience the wildflowers in the Dale River Reserve in spring time. The best time to visit is during July to September, however the quiet bush walk is lovely at other times too. Watch out for echidna scratchings and kangaroo tracks and listen for the many bird calls that echo through the reserve.
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Time / Duration
A short 10-15 minute walk.
320 metre loop walk
No bushwalking experience required. The track is a hardened or compacted surface and may have a gentle hill section or sections and occasional steps. Walks no greater than 10km. Suitable for families with young children.
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Hazards & Warnings
Deep Pool Road is an unsealed road, please drive to conditions. There are livestock grids across the road as livestock are in the paddocks that the road travels through.
- Picnic Area
- Shaded Area
Best time of year
July - October
Located approximately 17km from Beverley townsite. Follow the signage on Westdale Road turning onto Deep Pool Road. Please note that Deep Pool Road appears to be on private property, travel along route for 4km until you reach the Dale River Reserve on the right.
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