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Highbury Walk Trail Highbury Walk Trail

  • 1-3 hours
  • 1 km

A wildflower trail in the Highbury township, 18km south of Narrogin. This trail has a fine orchid display in September and early October.

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The trail in east Highbury Nature Reserve has a wonderful array of orchids, everlastings and flowering shrubs in open woodland. There is an excellent stark white spider orchid (Caladenia longicauda subsp. eminems) patch. The reserve is also a good spot to wander and enjoy the bird life and red morrel (Eucalyptus longicornis), wandoo (E.wandoo), salmon gum (E.salmonophloeia), and rock sheoak (Allocasuarina huegeliana) woodlands. RV camping, food, refreshments, and toilet and picnic tables are available in the township.

Ensure that you apply mosquito repellent.

Dryandra Country Visitor Centre (Narrogin)

(08) 9881 2064

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Time / Duration

up to 1 hour




The walk is mostly flat and is unsealed

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Difficulty Notes

The trail is on natural surface, which may have a few wet and uneven spots.


Public toilets are located at the rest bay area oppposite the Highbury General store, Scott Street/ Great Southern Highway.

Best time of year

Mid August to end of October

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