GSAT September Project Update

We acknowledge the Minang people of the Noongar nation as the Traditional Owners of the land through which the trail passes.

The Great Southern Adventure Trails Project is a State Government Recovery Plan initiative, investing $15million in new and upgraded trails, visitor facilities and infrastructure. Project works and funding will be staged over the project period to June 2024.

This update is for $6million worth of projects in the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions‘ Warren Region, which includes the Denmark and Manjimup local government areas.

DBCA is partnering with Outdoors Great Southern to develop some of the ‘soft infrastructure’ for trail development. This includes trail training for community groups, Aboriginal rangers and local government; volunteer maintenance program; business capacity building; and a regional trail brand.

Download the GSAT September Update Information Sheet to see what has been happening at the following locations:

  • Valley of the Giants trail network
  • Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk – Ancient Empire trail extension
  • Kapagup Nornalup paddle trails
  • Harewood Forest trail upgrade
  • William Bay coastal alignment
  • Wilderness Ocean Walk – Stage Two
  • William Bay Munda Biddi north to south realignment
  • Mount Lindesay

VIDEO: Helicopter operations at William Bay

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