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Places To Go in Peel Inland
Covers the 50, 000 hectares of dense Jarrah forests along the Murray River. 24km East of Pinjarrra. Great for fishing, camping, bushwalking, bike riding and simply admiring it's natural beauty.
- Facilities:Picnic Facilities,Toilets,Walking Trails,Camping Allowed,Camping Ground,Pets Allowed
- Natural Attractions:National Parks & Reserves,Waterfalls
Camping fees apply and normal national park conditions of entry must be adhered to. For more information the Department of Conservation and Land Management Dwellingup can be contacted on (08) 9538 1078.
A landscape rich with diverse and distinct flora and fauna, with vast skies that surround the undulating hills, winding rivers and open pastures, Discover and explore life in the hand of nature.
- Natural Attractions:Rivers & Lakes
Located just 90 minutes drive south east of Perth, the region encompasses the townships of Boddington, Wandering and Williams, all of which have a long history of farming and grazing. Marradong Country is now emerging as a gourmet food and wine region with several wineries, olive groves and producers of preserves and homemade delights available to tantalize your taste buds.
Take a stroll along the Hotham River or visit one of the many varied attractions such as the Jesse Martin Museum or Woolshed in Williams and Boddington Arts and Crafts Centre, come and witness the excitement of the annual Boddington Rodeo or simply find harmony in nature along the Tullis Bridge Walk Trail and within the Dryandra Woodland Reserve. You can be as relaxed or as busy as you want to be.
At Serpentine Falls you will find a sealed loop road and car park, a grassy picnic area, shaded picnic tables, gas barbecues and toilets with access for people with disabilities.
- Facilities:BBQ,Picnic Facilities,Toilets,Walking Trails
- Natural Attractions:National Parks & Reserves,Swimming Holes,Waterfalls
Serpentine Falls has been one of the focal points of the area since the early European settlers came in droves to swim, picnic and enjoy a day out in the bush.
Set in a naturally beautiful cleft at the foot of the scarp, the park stretches up the steep slopes of the Serpentine River valley, past a sheer face of granite polished smooth by the rushing waters.
During the winter, the white waters of the Serpentine River cascade into a swirling, rock-rimmed pool 15 metres below.
Around the grass lawns in the late afternoon, Western Grey Kangaroos come down to graze and are quite unconcerned about visitors.
The best time of year to walk in Serpentine is late autumn to mid-spring, when the temperatures are cooler. Spring is a peak walking period because of the spectacular wildflower displays.
Even though inland waterways look inviting, especially when the surface is calm, they pose many hidden dangers. Know the risks and how to swim safely.
From the Serpentine Picnic Area car park, visitors can access the Falls Walk Trail, Baldwins Bluff Nature Track and Kitty’s Gorge Walk Track.
Can you find the 'Cage in the Bush'?
- Natural Attractions:National Parks & Reserves
Proceeding clockwise, this easy to follow loop trail starts at the old Marrinup townsite which was destroyed by bush fire in 1961. It is an eight kilometre single track suitable for both the novice and experienced rider. The trail can be shortened to about four kilometres by using the short course return route - an excellent introduction to mountain biking for children. It varies from narrow, challenging tracks with flat sections and hill climbs to true gravel roads, with the ball bearing like bauxite gravel making things pretty interesting for mountain biking.