Porongurup Trails Ready for a Christmas Holiday Visit

We recognise and acknowledge the Menang people of the Noongar nation as the traditional owners of the Porongurup National Park. THE GRANITE SKYWALK AND CASTLE ROCKMany families will be visiting the Great Southern region over the Christmas holidays and looking for adventure activities to keep themselves, and the kids, occupied. The Granite Skywalk on Castle […]

Wilderness Ocean Walk (WOW) Trail – Stage 2 Now OPEN

Between Denmark Windfarm and Sinker Bay We acknowledge the Menang people of the Noongar nation as the Traditional Owners of the land through which the trail passes. TRAIL EXTENSION ON THE SOUTH COAST Work has been completed on the extension of an important link trail that is part of the extended coastal trail network on […]

Two Iconic WA Trails in The Valley of The Giants

We acknowledge the Menang and Pibelmun peoples of the Noongar nation as the Traditional Owners of the lands of the Walpole-Nornalup National Park. Upgrades and improvements to our unique tourism infrastructure If you’re looking for an experience that reconnects you with the natural world, if you’re looking for different perspectives, unique encounters, slower travels, then […]

Upgrade to the Munda Biddi Trail through the Albany Windfarm

We acknowledge the Menang people of the Noongar nation as the Traditional Owners of the land through which the trail passes. Trail riders on Albany’s south coast are set to experience some epic coastal views now the long-awaited, and much needed, permanent realignment of the Munda Biddi bike trail off the Lower Denmark Road has […]

IT’S OPEN – The upgraded Bald Head Walk Trail is open!

We acknowledge the Menang people of the Noongar nation as the Traditional Owners of the land through which this trail passes. The highly popular and stunningly beautiful Bald Head Walk Trail near Albany is now re-opened after extensive upgrades.    DBCA staff and contractors have spent months upgrading the track to install new boardwalks and […]

Construction Underway for Bald Head Walk Trail

We acknowledge the Menang people of the Noongar nation as the Traditional Owners of the land through which this trail passes. The Parks and Wildlife Service of the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (DBCA) has commenced a significant upgrade project on the iconic Bald Head walk trail in Torndirrup National Park. The trail is […]

Trailing Along

Over the last two years, Western Australians have been out rediscovering their passion for WA’s natural places and local attractions in increasing numbers. The demand for adventure trails also grew and prompted significant investment and intensive community consultation in the creation of trail networks across WA including the Great Southern Region. One of the most […]

Bald Head Trail Upgrade

From February 2022, the Parks and Wildlife Service of the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (DBCA) will commence a significant upgrade project to the iconic Bald Head walk trail on the Flinders Peninsula within the Torndirrup National Park. The Bald Head trail is a challenging 12.5km return trail traversing the ridge line of the […]

Opening of William Bay Trail

The Member for Warren-Blackwood Ms Jane Kelsbie MLA officially opened the Elephant Rocks to Waterfall Beach section of the William Bay trail on Monday 20 December 2021.  Minang elders, the Traditional Owners of the land on which the trail sits, attended the opening ceremony, and conducted the Welcome to Country. Stakeholders such as the Great […]

Improved and Longer Harewood Trail Open

We acknowledge the Minang people of the Noongar nation as the Traditional Owners of the land through which the trail passes. The Parks and Wildlife Service of the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (DBCA) is pleased to announce that it has completed the final construction of the extension to the Harewood Trail in the […]