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Mokare Heritage Trail

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by Harry F (subscribe)
I'm a freelance writer living in Perth. I enjoy gardening and films. I have appeared in several local short films.
Published April 5th 2013
A scenic river walk in the centre of a South West town
A river side walk in the heart of Denmark, WA is a relaxing way to appreciate the natural beauty of our South West.

Starting from Berridge Park in the town centre you walk along a 1.8 km paved track following the Denmark River. Crossing over a specially made pedestrian bridge and then returning on the other side back into town. Or you may continue onwards to the mouth of the river by the Rivermouth Caravan Park.
Towards the Wilson Inlet

This trail links up with the Wilson Inlet Trail (14km return) and also joins up the Bibbulman Track. So depending on your fitness level, a wide choice of different tracks to attempt.

Along the way you may see pelicans and other water birds, follow canoists or small boats fishing along the way.

Mokare, an Aboriginal man renowned as a man of peace, led Thomas Braidwood Wilson, an explorer, throughout the district in the 1820's.

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Why? To enjoy the beauty of a river walk
When: Anytime of the year
Where: At Denmark town, WA
Cost: Free
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