Bushwalking Trails

The 260 hectare parkland reserve surrounding the National Anzac Centre (Albany Heritage Park) offers a range of stunning walk trails for all ages and fitness levels. Traverse granite summits, wander among natural Australian bush or take in magnificent views on the shores of King George Sound. There is a walking experience for everyone.

Mt. Adelaide Nature Trail

Enjoy a walk through natural bushland with sweeping views over Princess Royal Harbour, King George Sound and Middleton Bay. Historical sites and interpretative signage are found along the way near the heritage area and the start of the walk. There are also seats located throughout the walk. For a trail map and further information you can download a guide here.

Grade: Three (3)
Distance: 3.2km
Gradient: Short steep hills
Quality of path: Formed track, some obstacles
Signs: Sign posted
Experience: No experience required
Time: 1- 2 hours
Steps: Many steps

Mt. Clarence Heritage and Granite Trail

Explore this trail to enjoy the breathtaking views of King George Sound, Princess Royal Harbour and as far as the Stirling Ranges. This trail also includes Mt Clarence, home of the Desert Mounted Corps Memorial. For a trail map and further information you can dowload a guide here.

Grade: Three (3)
Distance: 2.25km
Gradient: Short Steep Hills
Quality of track: Formed track, some obstacles
Signs: Sign posted
Experience: Some bushwalking experience
recommended
Time: 0.75 to1hour
Steps: Occasional Steps

Middleton Beach Boardwalk

Passing through the Albany Heritage Park, the 'Emu Point to Ellen Cove & Port Albany' Trail promises stunning views of King George Sound as well as access to significant heritage sites and momuments including the Plantagenat Battery, Point King Lighthouse and Ataturk Statue which overlooks Ataturk Channel. For a trail map and further information you can download a guide here.

Grade: Two (2)
Distance: 8km one-way
Quality of Path: Well formed track
Signs: Clearly sign posted
Experience: No experience required
Time: 2.5 to 3 hours
Steps: None

 


 

 

 

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