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Starting at the Waroona Visitor Centre at the northern end of town, opposite the bakery, the trail takes you on a journey through town all the way to Centennial Park and past some magnificent murals picturing native birds, history, and local farming life.
There are three indoor galleries to visit; Waroona Visitor Centre (local art & craft, open 7 days), Drakesbrook Antiques and Collectibles (Wed-Sun), and Merino Dreaming Studio (open by appointment).
Look out for the Butterfly Tree at Centennial Park and the Yellow Brick Road outside the Hairy Lentil Café. Many of the local shops are decorated with murals in a wide variety of styles.
Don’t miss the stunning array of murals at the Waroona Showgrounds which incorporate a number of 3D features and depict various aspects of local life.
Download a trackable trail map (KML) from this website or pick up a printed copy from the Visitor Centre.
Here is everything you need to know before visiting this trail.
Up to 3 hours including time to appreciate and photograph the murals and artworks, and to stop for a refreshment break.
Group A (Urban trails or short trails near facilities) required.
Group A (Urban trails or short trails near facilities)
Remember your camera to photograph the stunning artworks.
The trails starts at the Waroona Visitor Centre on the SW Hwy at the northern end of town, just over an hour south of Perth.
Most of this trail utilizes concrete footpaths, but there are a couple of sections on grassy or gravel verges to negotiate, that may pose problems for those using mobility aids. In most cases, crossing to the other side of the road will provide a suitable solution.
Take care with children along the busy road.
Toilets and other facilities are available at the Visitor Centre and Centenial Park
No fee applies
By car to Waroona Visitor Centre, 1 hour 15 minutes from Perth.
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