The Greenough River Nature Trail is a picturesque walk or mountain bike with a 17km trail of bush land surrounding Greenough River. It provides you with the opportunity to capture the stunning views of the river, whilst protecting the vulnerable environment. This scenic river meanders 250km through the countryside to meet the ocean at Cape Burney.
The walk from the mouth of the River to Rudd's Gully is about three and a half kilometres and gives you the opportunity to see much of the wildlife that lives in the area, particularly an amazing range of birds from egrets and herons to osprey. If you fancy a dip in the river after your long walk, Devlin Pool is just a short walk past the gully. Canoeing and fishing are also popular activities to do when you get down to the waters edge. This nature trail is part of the Yamaji Drive Trail.
Close to Greenough, the nature trail will provide for a magnificent day out. Whilst in the area, be sure to stop in at Greenough Hamlet to see the beautifully preserved historic town.
Greenough is a four and a half hour drive north of Perth, just south of Geraldton.
Accessible all year