02/12/2020

Possum Spotlighting Trail Busselton Tuart Forest

Possum Spotlighting Trail Busselton Tuart Forest
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02/12/2020

Boranup Campground

Boranup Campground is a small site set amid the Boranup Karri Forest. With only seven campsites, it is suitable for small vehicles only. This small campground, close to the magnificent towering karris of Boranup Forest, can accommodate just seven tents and small campervans only. Generators…
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02/12/2020

Ambergate Nature Reserve & Walk Trail

Ambergate Reserve is a 75-hectare regional park which protects the remnants of scrubland and woodlands once common along the coastal plains of Busselton. The reserve is ablaze with wildflowers in spring - but at any time of the year the 4km loop walk trail offers…
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02/12/2020

Chapman Pool Campsite

Chapman Pool has 9 small campsites close to the water, plus an area for large groups to set up camp. The small campsites are nestled in the bush and separated from the track by logs. There is not a lot of parking room, so the…
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02/12/2020

Crooked Brook Forest Wildflower Walk

Forest Path, is a simple, well thought out concrete loop trail that circumnavigates Crooked Brook. The trail is particularly pretty in spring when the wildflowers are blooming and is accessible in the wet. It is a short sealed walk trail that is wheelchair accessible. The…
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02/12/2020

10 Mile Brook Dam

Ten Mile Brook Dam is a lovely picnic area with a barbeque and two accessible picnic tables. It was named after the tiny brook that was dammed in the mid-1990's to create a new supply of water for the quickly growing Margaret River and other…
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02/12/2020

Kondil Park Wildflower Walk

The Sheok walk (1-3 hours, 2.4km loop) is located in the Kondil Park Recreation Area was once milled for timber, most notably from the Casuarina tree, also known as the sheok. Much of the bushland has recovered, revealing a great diversity of natural vegetation. Late…
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02/12/2020

Canal Rocks

Witness spectacular seascape views across the Indian Ocean and up and down the remote coastline at Canal Rocks. Thousands of years of the Indian Ocean surging and crashing against this section of granite coastline has chiselled out a narrow channel between the granite rocks. A…
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