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Williams River Walk 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 9th 2013
Follow the Williams River for a scenic walk
Williams is located almost halfway between Armadale and Albany on Albany Highway.

Most travellers drive straight through, but those that do stop for a break will discover a tranquil walk trail that follows the Williams River.

The Lions Park (opposite the Shell Roadhouse) is the start of the walk trail and heads into two directions. If you stay on the south side, a gravel track goes for about 500 metres which is ideal for those that want to stretch their legs for just a few minutes.

If you cross over the weir wall and head towards the Shell Roadhouse, you you find the the dual use paved pathway follows the Williams River for one kilometre. This path ends at the Brooking Street bridge.

Towards the end of the trail

There is a shaded picnic spot and toilets located in Lions Park.

So next time you are travelling to Albany make a stop at Williams and enjoy the break.

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Why? To enjoy a scenic walk along a river
When: Anytime of the year
Where: At Williams on Albany Highway
Cost: Free
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