Karri Walk Trail is a 1.9 mile out and back trail located near Denmark, Western Australia, Australia. The trail is good for all skill levels and is primarily used for hiking and walking. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

Length1.9 miElevation gain193 ftRoute typeOut & back
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Karri Walk Trail Denmark is about 1.5 kliometers long and located near Denmark, Australia. The trail is great for walking and normally takes 1 hour or less. A short walk which starts quite close to the Denmark CBD on the corner of Barnett and Hollings Road. There is an entry pavilion at the start with a map of the various tree species. In the spring it is full of wild-flowers as well as a number of introduced garden species which have spilt over from nearby properties. The walk starts of with Paperbark on the left and Karri on the right. and progresses in to some mixed Yate and Marri. Then through some coastal heath until crossing Haire Street. It then progress though tall Karri Forrest for a few hundred metres until it comes out on the Old Rail Trail (Denmark Nornalup Heritage Trail). This is now a heritage precinct to where the old Post Office building (now a pre-school) as been moved. The end of this trail is at the Denmark Rivermouth Bridge near the caravan park. At this point it joins up with the Mokare Trail.

Blue Wren Travellers Rest http://www.denmarkbluewren.com.au

From the Rivermouth bridge the paved Mokare trail follows the river and leads back to the start point again. In the bush near the old Post Office building are some of the old carriages as well as a turntable for turning the steam engine around. This point is a hub for many of the trails in the area including the Munda Biddi cycle trail and the Bibbulmun.

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Shannon Gardner
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nice easy trail with lots of wildflowers and scenery along the river

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Reece Gunnell
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Beautiful walk through the Forrest, great for family’s with young kids

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ania freo
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What a way to walk into town! Stunning

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Graham hill
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suzie griffith
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