King Jarrah Heritage Trail
  • Length: 18km

  • Duration: 5hrs

  • Grade: 4

  • Style: Circuit

  • Start: Nanga Mill

  • End: Nanga Mill

  • Location: Lane Poole

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  • Distance from CBD: 108km

  • State: WA

  • Latitude: -32.80282812

  • Longitude: 116.1003996

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King Jarrah Heritage Trail is a 18km, grade 4 Circuit hike located in Lane Poole Western Australia. The hike should take approximately 5hrs to complete.

Summary

CLOSED due to bushfire damage (at May 2016)

Located within Lane Poole Reserve near Dwellingup in WA’s beautiful Peel Region, this five-hour loop walk features a 300-600 year old tree, the “King Jarrah”.

The track begins at Nanga Mill, which is 10.5 kilometres from the Lane Poole entry station, along the Murray Valley Road via Bobs Crossing. This class 4 track (18 kilometre loop) takes about five hours. Most people treat it as a day walk, but for those wishing to take their time and make a weekend of it, there is a small campsite near Big Brook, roughly mid-way along the track. It has a fire ring and toilet. King Jarrah Walk Trail follows the river for much of the way and provides access to fabulous jarrah forests. Expect some steep sections on the western side of the trail.The highlight of this walk is the “King Jarrah””

Notes

Start Point: Nanga Mill, which is 10.5 kilometres from the Lane Poole entry station, Murray Valley Road, 18km from Dwellingup

End Point: Nanga Mill, which is 10.5 kilometres from the Lane Poole entry station, Murray Valley Road, 18km from Dwellingup

Region: Lane Poole, Perth


For more information, a location map and GPS file please visit Trails WA.