The Mokare Heritage Trail wanders along the Denmark River. (3km circuit. Allow 45 minutes walking)
A pretty path that runs along the eastern and western edges of the Denmark River between the South Coast Highway bridge and the old rail bridge at the rivermouth.
Lots of Kari and paperbarks, wildflowers and birds. Named after Mokare, an Aboriginal tribal leader from the Albany area who accompanied Dr Thomas Braidwood Wilson on his 1829 expedition to the Denmark Kwoorubup district. The eastern side of the river is often impassable July-August. Terrain/Grade is easy (gentle slopes, if any).
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