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New Trails WA Website Launch

After two years of planning and development, the new Trails WA website was launched in May by the Minister for Culture and the Arts, Sport and Recreation, the

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Great Southern

Trailing Along

Over the last two years, Western Australians have been out rediscovering their passion for WA’s natural places and local attractions in increasing numbers. The demand for adventure trails

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Great Southern

Bald Head Trail Upgrade

From February 2022, the Parks and Wildlife Service of the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (DBCA) will commence a significant upgrade project to the iconic Bald Head

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Great Southern

Opening of William Bay Trail

The Member for Warren-Blackwood Ms Jane Kelsbie MLA officially opened the Elephant Rocks to Waterfall Beach section of the William Bay trail on Monday 20 December 2021.  Minang

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Great Southern

Improved and Longer Harewood Trail Open

The Parks and Wildlife Service of the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (DBCA) is pleased to announce that it has completed the final construction of the extension

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Great Southern

GSAT September Project Update

The Great Southern Adventure Trails Project is a State Government Recovery Plan initiative, investing $15million in new and upgraded trails, visitor facilities and infrastructure. Project works and funding

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Great Southern

Albany Terminus Complete

Works have now been completed on the relocation of the southern terminus for two of WA’s great long trails, the Bibbulmun Track walk trail and the Munda Biddi

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Great Southern

WA Trails and Recreation Forum 2021

We acknowledge the Kinjarling people of Noongar nation as the Traditional Owners of the land for which this event is being held. The WA Trails and Recreation Forum

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Great Southern

Improved access to the Granite Skywalk

The 4.7km return Castle Rock Trail in Porongurup National Park starts at the Castle Rock picnic area and climbs through jarrah, marri and karri forest, past the fascinating

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Great Southern

Progress of the Albany Terminus

Amidst all the recent wind and rain, DBCA’s Long Trails Coordinator Stephen King and Project Manager Jarred Pedro were out braving the weather in Albany to realign both

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Collie

Wambenger Trails Launched

The Collie Adventure Trails (CAT) brand was launched in Collie on Sunday 13 December with the help of local businesses and the Collie community.  The CAT project is a $10

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Dwellingup

Murray Valley Trails Officially Opened

The 35-kilometre network of new mountain bike trails was officially opened in Lane Poole Reserve recently as part of the $8.4 million Dwellingup Adventure Trails project. The trails

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Collie

Adventure awaits in Arklow

Mountain biking enthusiasts now have additional trails to explore in the South West with the completion of the Arklow trail network, north of Collie. With the most recently

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Collie

Trail-blazing tourism in Collie

Collie is on track to becoming a prime trail adventure town, with the recent announcement of funding for new local tourism projects supported by the $2 million Collie

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Collie

COVID-19 Works Update Collie

We now find ourselves living in a world of ‘social distancing’ to manage the potentially devastating impacts of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. While there have been direct impacts

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Collie

New Mountain Bike Map

Bunbury Geographe Tourism have recently published a great new mountain bike trail map for the Collie River Valley and Wellington National Park. The perfect way to find a

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Collie

Job Ready Trail Training

Local residents and job seekers are being given the opportunity to diversify their skills into the trail construction industry.  The State Government is conducting a course for up

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