Regional Trails

The South West of Western Australia is well known for its natural beauty, picturesque landscapes, tall trees, unique wildflowers and flowing rivers.

It's also the home of some of the most amazing trails for you to explore, no matter what your mode of transport. Hiking, Mountain Biking, Road Cycling, Canoe, Kayak or even horseback we have it all. With much of the region being classed as State Forest or National Park, there are enough trails here to get your fix and be left wanting for more! To access 'Total Trails' for all trails in the Warren Blackwood area, click here.

To read the Bridgetown to Broke Inlet Bridle Trail Feasibility Study, click here.

The Warren Blackwood Stock Route

Construction has finished on the Warren Blackwood Stock Route – a 320km bridle trail based on the old stock droving routes of the original farming families of the south west. The trail meanders through some of the most picturesque countryside in the south west, through Karri and Jarrah forests and farm land toward the south and west coasts. The bridle trail includes 8 equine friendly camp sites dotted along the route, at intervals of between 30km and 45 km, and sections of self-reliant trail to explore toward the coast. The trail will provide an opportunity for trail enthusiasts to experience living history by following in the “hoof-prints” of the pioneer farming families that opened up the coastal south west. The trail was constructed as a Warren Blackwood Alliance of Councils project and funded by the Shires of Bridgetown-Greenbushes, Manjimup and Nannup, the South West Development Commission, Lotterywest and the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries