Attractions

Dwaarlindjirraap

Have a barbecue or picnic, launch a canoe or go swimming.

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Island Pool

Island Pool is a pretty spot with access to the river and a popular walk trail.

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Bob's Crossing

A concrete causeway for vehicles to cross the Murray River.

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Scarp Pool

A great spot for swimming and canoeing especially in summer.

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Scarp Lookout

Take in the views of the coastal plain from this point high on the Darling Scarp.

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Captain Fawcett Track

The Captain Fawcett four-wheel drive track takes you through some of Western Australia’s best jarrah forests.

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Trails

Chuditch Walk Trail

Bush Walk
7 kilometres

The Chuditch Walk Trail in Lane Poole Reserve is a 7 kilometre semi-loop starting from Nanga Mill campground to Chuditch campground (or reverse).  It starts and finishes by the beautiful Murray River.

Island Pool Walk Trail

Bush Walk
2 kilometres

Nestled on the banks of the eastern side of the Murray River, Island Pool is a pretty spot to spend a day. The Island Pool walk trail starts from the top car park and is a one-hour loop through scenic jarrah forest and provides excellent views of the valley and the river below. 

King Jarrah Walk Trail

Bush Walk
18 kilometres

Located south of Dwellingup in Western Australia’s beautiful Peel Region, this five-hour walk features a 300-600-year-old tree, the ‘King Jarrah’, who’s age is continually disputed. It is less mighty these days after a couple of major fires, but still worth the walk and visit.

Captain Fawcett Track

Drive (4WD)
105 kilometres

Starting at Dawn Creek Road and finishing 105 kilometres later at the Quindanning Hotel, the Captain Fawcett 4WD Track showcases some of Western Australia’s best jarrah forests, historic farmhouses, original trestle bridges and magnificent views.

Les Couzens Bridle Trail

Equestrian
24 kilometres

This moderately rated 24 kilometre horse trail begins at the town oval in Dwellingup and loops through Lane Poole Reserve back to town.  Enjoy riding through the jarrah forest and pine plantations.

Bam Bam

Mountain Bike
1.3 kilometres

A descending flow trail not for the faint hearted!

Quokkamoly

Mountain Bike
1.3 kilometres

A descending cross county trail with a short dual slalom track.

Quollity Street

Mountain Bike
1.4 kilometres

An enjoyable loop off the Munda Biddi.

Rock On

Mountain Bike
2.1 kilometres

A rocky climb with a flowy descent.

Snotty Gobble

Mountain Bike
900 metres

A short, easy trail that everyone will enjoy.

South Shore

Mountain Bike
5 kilometres

South Shore is a world class freeride area located in a forest area between Dwellingup and Waroona.  Beware - with jumps, see saws and other technical features, this trail is for VERY experienced riders only.

Tombstone

Mountain Bike
1.3 kilometres

An all mountain trail that winds its way to the downhill trails.

Waterous Trail

Mountain Bike
71 kilometres

The Waterous Trail in the Lane Poole Reserve is a moderate 71 kilometre off-road cycling loop, primarily through Jarrah country, with two overnight options.

Blue Marron

Mountain Bike
3 kilometres

A long cross-country trail where you are rewarded with a fast and steep technical descent.

Boom Boom

Mountain Bike
1.4 kilometres

A descending flow trail for experienced riders.

Busted Nuts

Mountain Bike
1.6 kilometres

A descending black rated trail with big berms and jumps.

Captain Hook

Mountain Bike
1.1 kilometres

A climb with tight and steep switchbacks.

Fault Line

Mountain Bike
2.4 kilometres

A climbing trail to access the all mountain descents.

Inzamia

Mountain Bike
2.3 kilometres

An all mountain descent that will have you grinning from start to finish!

Karrakatoa

Mountain Bike
2.2 kilometres

An all mountain descent traversing rocky terrain into dense forrest.

Later-Rite

Mountain Bike
1.2 kilometres

A rocky all mountain ascent.

Marrinup Trail

Mountain Bike
8 kilometres

The Marrinup Trail meanders through some of Australia’s oldest rocks, which are more often exposed on this part of the Darling Scarp near Dwellingup, south of Perth. The mountain bike trail passes through native jarrah forest and redgum. The interesting ‘Cage in the bush’ POW camp is located a short distance from the trail.

Campgrounds

Chuditch Campground

Campsites at Chuditch are set back from the river in peaceful jarrah forest.

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Charlies Flat Campground

Pitch a tent under the jarrah, blackbutt and marri trees or find a secluded fishing spot on the river bank.

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Nanga Townsite Campground

Once the area of a thriving timber mill town, Nanga Townsite is now a peaceful camping and picnic area among pine trees.

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Stringers Campground

Stringers offers peaceful and private camping in individual campsites on the banks of the Murray River.

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Tonys Bend Campground

Tony's Bend is a small campground by the banks of the Murray River.

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Yarragil Campground

Imagine camping among tall trees on a river bank with wooden steps leading down into cool, still water.

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Nanga Mill Campground

Once the site of a jarrah saw mill, Nanga Mill is now a campground sheltered by a grove of pine trees.

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Baden Powell Campground

A large campground in the forest with picnic shelters and a walk trail leading to the Murray River.

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Nanga Brook Campground

Nanga Brook flows toward the Murray River through this well appointed and accessible campground.

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