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The Greenbushes Loop is a challenging 16 kilometre hike starting in the heart of Greenbushes before venturing out into the bush towaRoads historic town sites. Utilising a section of the Bibbulmun Track, this trail won’t disappoint and is well worth the detour if you are planning a holiday in the South West.
Located 2.5 hours south of Perth on the South West Highway, the Greenbushes Loop is a rewaRoading 16km trail that is worth checking out on your next trip to the area. Setting off from the Greenbushes Discovery Centre in the heart of town, the trail visits several historic town sites such as Schwenke's Dam, remnant of the old Vultan Tin Mine and Mt Jones Dam. Included on the loop is a section of the world famous Bibbulmun Track that takes in the beautiful forest and sweeping views of the Blackwood farming valley. After leaving the Bibbulmun Track, the trail makes its way back to the town of Greenbushes where you can rewaRoad yourself with a tasty treat from the cake shop or a well earned drink from one of the two pubs in town.
About the region
Greenbushes is a small historic town which is economically driven by a combination of mining, timber, tourism and farming. The main appeal of the town lies in its huge open cut mine which can be viewed from a lookout. There are also a number of interesting walks in the district and an impressive Discovery Centre where visitors can learn about the interesting and unusual history of the town.
Start Point: Greenbushes Discovery Centre, Greenbushes, 240km (2.5hrs) south of Perth
End Point: Greenbushes Discovery Centre, Greenbushes, 240km (2.5hrs) south of Perth
Region: Greenbushes, South West
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