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Eaton Foreshore Walk is an easy 5 kilometre return circuit following the Collie Riverbank through attractive natural salt marsh vegetation. The southern side of the walk takes in bushland with paperbarks, peppermint trees and sheoaks and follows the flow of the river.
Birdlife frequenting the area includes pelicans, kingfishers and musk ducks and there are often bottlenose dolphins in the river. Areas of interest include the Eaton Foreshore Park and the Watson Street Reserve where gazebo shelters, tables and toilets are provided. There are several elevated lookouts along the way and designated dog exercise areas where pets can be let off the lead for exercise.
About the region
Bunbury is a port city in Western Australia, south of Perth. It's known for wild bottlenose dolphins that often swim close to the beach at Koombana Bay. Nearby is the Dolphin Discovery Centre and the Leschenault Inlet, with calm waters and parkland rich with mangroves and birdlife. Bunbury’s western coastline spans popular Back Beach and Wyalup-Rocky Point, with its basalt rock formations.
Start Point: Dare Cove, Eaton
End Point: Eaton Foreshore Park, Eaton
Region: Bunbury, South West
For more information, a location map and GPS file please visit Trails WA.