6. A Forest by the River

Forest walk for hot summer months.

This is a lovely walk that can be done any time of year and particularly appreciated on those hot summer mornings and evenings as it is under the shelter of the shaded Forest.

The river is a spiritual place for the Wardandi traditional owners of this area. along the river in the state forest until we reach the road and find the Wardandi trail which is an old railway track, we walk over a lovely old timber bridge over the River, if we re still around here at dusk we may see possums. Then we take another path which leads us to a bridge over a weir, continuing along the river and to the Rotary Park at the bottom of town, and here we have a coffee at  Shady cafe here.

In the summer months January and February and by request in other seasons.

Meet at the Rotary Park in the forest at the Northern end of Margaret River town site on the table/bench near Old Kate train engine. If you are coming into the town from the north, turn into the carpark on the left before the bridge over the Margaret River.

Availability: summer months, January and February or on request other months

Included:  Experienced Guide – Entrance Fees to Old Settlement –  Coffee at cafe

What to Bring/Wear: Hat – Walking Shoes or Boots – Long Trousers – 2 t Litres of Water – Sunscreen

Day/s: Saturdays and Sundays in the summer months or on request

Distance: Approx. 7+ km

Walk Type: half Day

Time: 8:30 am to 12:00 pm (3 .5 Hours) or for Evenings 4 pm to 7 30 pm

Fitness Level Required: Moderate Fitness

Starting Point: Old Kate Engine, Rotary Park, Margaret River

Cost: $65 AU Per Person

Connected to: none

Rotary Park at 8:30 am. ( or 4 00 pm ) Wait on the Table/ bench by the Old Kate Train Engine.

 

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