In the Leschenault Inlet, the southern-most mangroves in Western Australia are home to over 60 species of water bird. Follow the boardwalk that winds it's way through the heart of the mangroves and along the edge of the inlet. There is also a shipwreck trail detailing the adventures and mishaps of early explorers.
More information Mangrove Cove Boardwalk Bunbury
Unfortunately part of this area is still not finished. The boardwalk is an easy walk, close to the kids beach and playground just over the road. Will be better when the rest of the facilities are done.
There is a path right around the inlet that includes the Mangrove Boardwalk. It's about 5 km. If you have an hour to spare it's definitely worth it.
Calm and serene, pleasant light walking for anyone while absorbing the fresh air and sunshine
Short but sweet, very unusual because it is so far down south.
Walk among the mangroves without getting your feet wet. See the little crabs diving back into the nearest hole for cover when they hear you coming. Sometimes they get kicked out of the hole of it is already occupied!