Known as a ‘forest for all people’, The Forest Path at Crooked Brook is a hidden jewel for those with limited mobility, providing easy access to an area of natural bushland in the Ferguson Valley, near Bunbury. The path features interpretive signage about the flora and fauna and plenty of bench seats.
Crooked Brook Forest offers 4 walking trails including a sealed 600m loop ideal for spotting wildflowers. Explore walk trails, enjoy a picnic by the billabong, see the wildflowers and try to spot some of the abundant but shy local wildlife. In the forest, you may see the western brush wallaby, Gould’s monitor, grey fantail and the rare red-tailed black cockatoo.
Start: Crooked Brook Forest Road, Dardanup
Length: 600m, 1.5km, 3km and 10km
Surface: Varied (600m loop sealed with disabled access.)
Crooked Brook Forest is located 25km from the centre of Bunbury and 7km from Dardanup off Crooked Brook Road.
Nurtured by a proud group of local volunteers.