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Set on 60 hectares of bushland, the Erskine Nature Trail is abundant with flora and fauna. The six kilometre easy track skirts the Peel Inlet, offering fantastic views all year round and is a great spot for Birdwatching. Be inspired by the breathtaking scenery of one of the nicest spots in WA’s beautiful and diverse Peel Region, not far from the Mandurah City Centre.
The Erskine Nature Trail takes walkers on Boardwalks over the wetlands. There are numerous viewing platforms as well as a Bird hide. The bushland provides plenty of shade and a number of seating alcoves along the way. Although the path is not sealed, it is well maintained and is suitable for wheelchairs and prams. This walk is suitable for anytime of the year, but especially nice in late winter and spring when the wildflowers are in bloom.n
About the region
Mandurah is a city on the southwest coast of Western Australia. It’s known for the Peel-Harvey Estuary with its abundant wildlife and migratory waterbirds. The Mandurah Community Museum features exhibits on the Peel region’s history. Halls Head Beach has a large resident dolphin population. To the south, Yalgorup National Park is home to thrombolites, rare, rock-like microorganism formations, at Lake Clifton.
Start Point: Glandart Court, Mandurah (Erskine), 76Km (55 minutes) south of Perth
End Point: Marina Quay Drive, Mandurah (Erskine)
Region: Mandurah, Perth
For more information, a location map and GPS file please visit Trails WA.