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The Mundlimup Timber Trail in Jarrahdale features old methods of the timber industry from 100 years ago. It is an easy three kilometre walk through some narrow bush trails. In Spring there are many wildflowers.
The Mundlimup Timber Trail starts at the 1890s timber tramway. There is a Picnic Area and the trail goes over a small bridge and up some steps. The forest is regrowth jarrah. There is interpretive signage around the timber industry features such as the Log Landing and saw pit.
About the region
Sitting on the Darling Scarp, surrounded by forest, Jarrahdale was Western Australia's very first timber town. Today, its scenic woodlands, parks, rivers, orchards and vineyards offer a tranquil escape from modern city life, while its National Trust listed heritage gives you glimpses of a bygone country life.
This very different world lies less than an hour's drive south east of Perth city, along the South Western Highway. You can also enter its forested hinterland, the Darling Ranges, along the Bibbulmun Track - one of the world's best long distance walking trails winding over 1000 kilometres through a vast corridor of green from Kalamunda in Perth, to Albany on the south west coast.
Start Point: Off Balmoral Road, east of Jarrahdale (70kms and 1 hour south of Perth)
End Point: Off Balmoral Road, east of Jarrahdale (70kms and 1 hour south of Perth)
Region: Jarrahdale, Perth
For more information, a location map and GPS file please visit Trails WA.