Since the Dwellingup Adventure Trails (DAT) project started three years ago, Dwellingup has begun its transformation to become a nationally significant premier trails and adventure destination.

The Murray Valley mountain bike trail network is now complete, the Dwellingup Trails and Visitor Centre is up and running with a bike shop and cafe, the town pump track and skate park is booming and there are new canoe launch facilities in Lane Poole Reserve.

Now its time for the next stage of the project:

  • Work has commenced on the 148m suspension bridge over the Murray River. This will link the Dwaarlindjirraap picnic area, Baden Powell campground and the planned Waypoints Trail Centre on the north side of the river, with the Murray Valley mountain bike trails network on the south side.
  • Road improvements and realignments have begun (some areas are closed, be sure to check Park Alerts before you head out that way).
  • Three Chillies Design are about to start building 20km of cross-country and all mountain style trails around the town of Dwellingup.

Read more about this exciting new stage of the project at Trails WA projects.  

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