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Vern Westbrook Walk Trail

Located in Phoebe’s Reserve, 3.5km off the Brand Highway along North West Road

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      The trail is a three-part walk with seasonal wildflowers, heritage sites, community art and beautiful scenery. Along the way you can learn about the Yallalie Meteorite impact zone that occurred in the area 70 million years ago.

      The walk opened in 2001 and the first section is an easy 1.65km walk trail with bridges. The second stage extension opened in 2012 with a 1.25km moderate walk ascending the fence line to the base of the breakaway. The third section is a 800m challenging hike to the top of the breakaway but worth the effort.

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