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Map of bushwalks in Western Australia
List of bushwalks in Western Australia
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Shellhouse and Grandstand
620 m return
15 min to 30 min
Crooked Brook Forest Path Circuit
670 m circuit
10 min to 15 min
Crooked Brook Forest Path Circuit
670 m
Circuit

Walk
10 min to 15 min

Cycle

Run
5 min to 10 min

Wheelchair
10 min to 20 min

Starting from the Crooked Brook Forest car park off Boyanup-Ferguson Road, Crooked Brook, this walk takes you on a circuit around Crooked Brook via the Forest Path. The Forest Path is a short, simple and well thought out loop trail that circumnavigates Crooked Brook, providing easy access to an area of natural bushland in the Ferguson Valley. A dedicated group of volunteers has developed this wonderful forest to provide facilities to all visitors, including the disabled and elderly. The path has a concrete surface suitable for wheelchairs or prams and accessible in wet weather. There are heaps of benches along the way, as well as a wheelchair-accessible drop toilet and covered shelters with picnic tables and gas barbecues. The trail takes walkers alongside the winter brook that runs through the forest, crossing two footbridges and passing a peaceful billabong. A series of interpretive plaques describe the native species and the history of the forest. You may spot western brush wallabies, grey fantails, Gould's monitors and the rare red-tailed black cockatoo. There's a distinctive energy and landscape to this place each season, so try to come at different times. In winter, see the brook overflow the billabong to create a sparkling crystal waterfall. Discover the profusion of wildflowers scattered throughout the forest, which are particularly spectacular in spring. Let us begin by acknowledging the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we travel today, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.

Environment
Natural

Transport options
To start
Car


Ross Graham River Walk
760 m return
15 min to 30 min
Ross Graham River Walk
760 m
Return

Walk
15 min to 30 min

Starting from the car park at the end of Ross Graham Road, Kalbarri National Park, this walk takes you past the Ross Graham Lookout, then down to the Murchison River and back. This area provides the easiest access point in the national park to the Murchison River. A short walking trail from the car park leads to the river's edge. It includes a lookout with spectacular panoramic views. The day-use area has toilets and a picnic shelter. If you visit in late July, you will be greeted by an abundance of colour as the wildflowers are in full bloom. The park is famous for its wildflowers and has several species that can only be seen here, such as the Kalbarri spider orchid and the Kalbarri catspaw, as well as other common species. Also, you may be lucky enough to see grey kangaroos and emus. Follow the path to the lookout, then continue down the path to reach the shady banks and tranquil pools of the Murchison River. The trail to the river is quite steep, with many rock steps. The trail becomes muddy and slick at the end of the track due to seepage, so care is required. For your safety, keep to the path and lookout. Keep an eye out for the undercut cliff edges and unstable footing. December to April can be very hot. Walk in the cooler parts of the day, and carry an adequate water supply. Let us begin by acknowledging the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we travel today, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.

Highlights
Swim
Views

Environment
Natural

Transport options
To start
Car




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