Woodloes Walk Trail, Canning River Park


An historical multi-use trail from Kent St Weir, a weir built in 1927 to prevent salt water flowing upstream of the Canning River, along the river to Masons Landing, an area of land adjacent to the Canning River, significant for its use in the early pioneering days of the timber industry.

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Masons Landing

Popular picnic area and canoe launch area. Take the time to learn about the history of "The Landing" or Canning Landing as it was known and the early pioneers including the Mason & Bird Timber Company.

Photo Credit: Coralie Lindley

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