Ideal for mountain bikes, horses and walkers, this section of former railway reserve features renovated bridges, steep embankments and cuttings, and constantly changing views.
Three stages of the trail have been completed to date –
- Denmark River mouth to Hay River (about 12km) – Walkers, Hybrid Bikes, Mountain Bikers. The section to Rudyard Beach Road is of high quality surface (suitable for families), with the remaining section soft or uneven in places, and suitable for walking and keen bikers.
- Denmark River mouth to Parker Road (33km) – Walkers, Horse Riders, Mountain Bikers. Sections are boggy in winter and soft sandy sections make it recommended for keen cyclists.
- Peaceful Bay Road to Station Road (about 14km) – Walkers, Mountain Bikers. The surface is still rough and/or sandy in places and suitable for walkers and keen bike riders only.
The 14km section between Parker Rd and Bow Bridge will not be open for a few years. Denmark River mouth on Inlet Drive is the trail hub. This is where the Denmark River flows into the Wilson Inlet, and where the Bibbulmun Track, the Denmark to Nornalup Heritage Rail Trail, the Mokare Trail and other Denmark trails intersect.
The trail has three distinct sections suitable for various user groups so please read the full trail profile to see which part(s) are suitable for bikes or horses. The Munda Biddi cycle trail from Perth to Albany now uses this trail.
The section from Denmark Rivermouth along Wilson Inlet is wheelchair accessible.
See more information, in print-friendly PDF format, about the Denmark-Nornalup Heritage Rail.
You may also like to visit the Railtrails Australia website.
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