The trail is currently in three sections: –
A variety of coastal, forest, farmland and coast heathland views
There are three sections of this trail currently open, Wilsons Inlet to Denmark, Denmark to Parker Rd, and Peaceful Bay Rd at Bow Bridge to Nornalup.
There are four original timber rail bridges in use on the trail.
As with many Western Australian rail trails, wild flowers abound in spring.
The Torbay to Elleker Rail Trail is 20km east of Denmark. This trail is part of the same old railway corridor.
Denmark River mouth on Inlet Drive is the trail hub and accessed adjacent to the Denmark Caravan Park at the southern end of Hollings Rd. It is where the Denmark River flows into the Wilson Inlet, and this is where the Bibbulmun track, the Denmark to Nornalup Heritage Trail, the Wilson Inlet Heritage Trail, the Mokare Trail and still other Denmark walk trails meet and intersect.
Wilson inlet has an area of about 48 square kilometres. A sand bar forms at the mouth of the inlet meaning that for much of the year the inlet is isolated from the sea.
- Denmark to Nornalup
- 415km south of Perth
- Surface – Compacted earth, Coarse gravel, Fine gravel
- Terrain – Flat and undulating
For more information and a location map please visit RailTrails Australia.