Marri Trail is a 10km, grade 3 Circuit hike located in Crooked Brook Forest Western Australia. The hike should take approximately 3hrs to complete.
The Marri Trail is a 10 kilometre moderate walk through jarrah and marri forest in the Crooked Brook Forest, Dardanup. The trail has several scenic lookouts spots over Bunbury and the Ferguson Valley.
With minor undulations this trail makes a pleasant walk and the wildfowers are abundant in spring. The walk is signposted with a marri nut emblem. A section of the trail is multi-purpose and shared with the Munda Biddi Mountain Bike Trail. It is advisable to carry drinking water. Other trails in the conservation park include the 3 kilometre Wildflower Walk, the 1.5 kilometre Jarrah Walk and the 600 metre wheelchair accessible Forest Path. The Jarrah and Wildflower circuits are more rugged trails showcasing spectacular wildflowers in Spring. Winter and Spring rains also feed the Brook making it an impressive sight. This trail was developed and is maintained by volunteers from the Crooked Brook Forest Association.
Start Point: Crooked Brook Road, 10km south of Dardanup, 180km (2.5hours) south of Perth.
End Point: Crooked Brook Road, 10km south of Dardanup, 180km (2.5hours) south of Perth.
Region: Crooked Brook Forest, South West
For more information, a location map and GPS file please visit Trails WA.