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The easy six kilometre Bicentennial Walk traverses the town boundary of Boyup Brook. It passes through bush reserves, along the banks of the Blackwood River and the Boyup Brook.
The 6km Bicentennial Walk traverses the town boundary. The walk trail is accessible from several points. It passes through bush reserves and along the banks of the Blackwood River and the Boyup Brook. The path can be started behind the old railway station, which has ample of parking and amenities. There are many wildflowers in season along this well kept path. Opportunities to picnic by the Blackwood River are found in the Lion's park and Music Park. The Boyup Brook Bicentennial Walk Trail is marked with the easy to follow, green signs depicted here.
About the region
Boyup Brook is a town in the south-west of Western Australia, 269 kilometres south-southeast of Perth and 31 kilometres northeast of Bridgetown. The town lies on Kaniyang land within the Noongar nation.
Start Point: Bridge Road, Boyup Brook, 260km (3hrs) south of Perth
End Point: Bridge Road, Boyup Brook, 260km (3hrs) south of Perth
Region: Boyup Brook, South West
For more information, a location map and GPS file please visit Trails WA.