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Walpole Town Jetty, Boronia Street, Walpole
Trail EndGet directions
Coalmine Beach, Coalmine Beach Road, Walpole Nornalup National Park
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About Walpole Town Jetty to Coalmine Beach, Kapagup Nornalup Paddle Network
Paddle from the Walpole Town Jetty though the channel between the Knolls and around to east.
Alternatively, you could start your paddle at Coalmine Beach and paddle around to Walpole.
Coalmine Beach is a great place for a picnic with free gas BBQ's, picnic tables and toilets provided.
The Nornalup Inlet is exposed to wind, waves and tidal currents and is appropriate for medium to advanced paddlers. Weather conditions can change quickly and paddlers need to ensure that their skills are sufficient to manage the trip.
You can paddle to a range of destinations from Walpole Town Jetty. Look for other suggestions in the Kapagup Nornalup Paddle Network on TrailsWA or on the trailhead signage at Walpole Town Jetty.
Be trail ready for Walpole Town Jetty to Coalmine Beach, Kapagup Nornalup Paddle Network
Here is everything you need to know before visiting this trail.
4km one way
What To Pack
Group F (Paddling trails) required.
What To Pack
Group F (Paddling trails)
- Plenty of water and food for duration of trip.
- Sun hat, sunglasses, sunscreen (30+)
- Clothes to suit the activity and potential weather conditions
- Lifejacket or flotation device
- Leg or paddle leash if paddling in the ocean
Additional Useful Items• Always let someone know of your trip plans.
• Check the weather forecast, tide charts and be aware of strong south-easterly winds. Conditions can change rapidly.
• Plan your trip according to your ability and fitness level.
• Wear appropriate sun protection (hat, sunscreen, long sleeves).
• Wear a life jacket.
• Take adequate drinking water.
FacilitiesCoalmine Beach is wheel chair accessible.
- BBQ Facilities
- Bicycle Path
- Car Park
- Parking for Disabled
- Picnic Area
- Public Toilet
- Shaded Area
- Sheltered Area
- Toilet Facilities for Disabled
- Water Access Points
Walpole is about 430km south of Perth. Walpole Town Jetty is off Boronia Street. Coalmine Beach Road is sealed and accessible from Walpole.
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