Walking Trails

There is a selection of short walk trails you can enjoy around the town. Maps and information about these trails can be sourced from the local Visitor Centre, which is located on the corner of Abel and Bridge Streets. You can visit the Boyup Brook Tourism Association web site if you click on the following link: www.boyupbrooktourism.com.au.

Reservoir Road (9.5km)

Follow Kojonup Road from Boyup Brook 5kms, then turn left into Reservoir Road. Pleasant walk along road with bush and water catchment area. Road terminates on Six Mile Road (approx 9kms from Boyup Brook)

Nollajup Reserve (3.5km)

Follow Bridgetown Road, turn left into Brown Seymour Road, then turn right at T-junction on Jayes-Bridgetown Road. Nollajup Road turns right approx. 8km from T-junction. Walk through bush reserve and farm land along minor road to Boyup Brook/Bridgetown Road. (approx 9 km from Boyup)

Town Bush Walk

Trail Type: Walk, Bike
Location: Perimeter of Boyup Brook Townsite
Starting Point: Anywhere along the trail
Length: 6 kilometres
Time (walking): 1 - 2 hours depending on fitness
Trail Surface: Gravel, concrete footpaths
Trail Conditions: Good, some steep sections
Facilities: Toilets, BBQs, parking at Lions Park
Trail Markers: Yes

Interesting points along the trail:

  • Information: Sandy Chambers’ hologram Gibbs Road
  • Natural bushland off William Street
  • Wetlands - Boyup Brook
  • Blackwood River
  • Camping/Caravans - Flax Mill Caravan Park
  • Variety of Birdlife

Heritage Trail Town Walk

Maps are available at the Boyup Brook Information Centre detailing significant sites of early Boyup Brook. As you take a leisurely stroll along the trail, brass plaques give a brief history of each site.

Newlgalup Pool

Leave Flax Mill and follow remains of railway line through farming land. Finish at Newlgalup Pool on the Blackwood River. Approx. 2 hour walk one way.

Bicentennial Walking Trail

Walk over footbridges, crossing the Boyup Brook, continue along the Blackwood River to the river picnic ground, passing the boundaries of the sporting grounds and oval. For further details, speak the Tourism Association.

Wildflowers and Scenic Drive Information

There are several day tours around the district that can be planned. If you would like further information and maps these can be obtained from the Boyup Brook Information Centre.