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Located a short walk from the former timber town of Quinninup, the King Karri Trail is a walk through the giants of the South West. This 3.5 kilometre loop showcases the magnificence of the ancient Karri forest as you get lost in the sights and sounds of this remarkable area.
The King Karri Trail is one of three small trails located within a short distance of the small town of Quinninup. This 3.5km loop utilises a section of the Munda Biddi mountain bike trail that runs through the town and traverses a section of old growth Karri forest. This amazing trail will have you either looking skywaRoad to the giant Karri trees including two named trees, "Hollow Butt" (63m) and "Shaggy Karri" (73m) or to the forest floor where there are 18 different types of macro-fungi that grow in the area. Take your time walking through this green paradise as there is plenty to see if you keep an eye out for it. "
About the region
A short 25 minute drive south of Manjimup or east of Pemberton, Quinninup is situated at the corner of the historic stock route to the coast which is now Wheatley Coast Road and the South-West Highway amongst giant ancient Karri forests.
Quinninup, in the local Aboriginal language, means the 'place of Zamia Palm'. The forest and bush land surrounding Quinninup offers a unique variety of flora and fauna and rare orchids only found in the forests of the South-West of Western Australia.
Start Point: About 1km south of Quinninup off the Wheatley Coast Road, 320km (4hrs) south of Perth
End Point: About 1km south of Quinninup off the Wheatley Coast Road, 320km (4hrs) south of Perth
Region: Quinninup, South West
For more information, a location map and GPS file please visit Trails WA.