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The Sandhills of Donnybrook feature an array of glowing yellow wattle in spring and great views over rolling green pastures. The moderate 5km loop trail passes through jarrah forest and is a picturesque walk.
A moderate well defined trail, with some steeper sections and uneven loose surfaces. An array of wildflowers can be seen throughout this picturesque walk. This area was last logged prior to 1962 when it became Ryall’s Nature Reserve. Passing through Ryall’s Nature Reserve (please observe the guidelines before entering the Nature Reserve) you will emerge to enjoy uninterrupted views of the Donnybrook rural landscapes.
About the region
Donnybrook is a town situated between Boyanup and Kirup on the South Western Highway, 210 kilometres south of Perth, Western Australia. The town is the centre of apple production in Western Australia. The town is also known for its picturesque abundance of English Oak trees.
Start Point: Corner Frost and Montgomery Road Donnybrook, 200km (2hrs,10mins) south of Perth
End Point: Corner Frost and Montgomery Road Donnybrook, 200km (2hrs,10mins) south of Perth
Region: Donnybrook, South West
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