This trail is a shared use trail suitable for bikes, runners and walkers.

A low gradient and compacted surface on the first 200m of this 2.6km trail allows bikes, wheelchairs, adaptive bikes, and pushers to easily reach the inspiring lookout over Elephant Rocks.

This new shared-use trail between Elephant Rocks and Waterfall Beach in WA's amazing Great Southern region is now open. Walkers, runners, cyclists, wheelchairs, adaptive cycles, and even pushers can enjoy this experience.

The views over Elephant Rocks and both ways along one of the states most magnificent coastlines are the major draw of this trail. A well-deserved ocean plunge is waiting for you at either end.

The Wilderness Ocean Walk will be connected to the new William Bay trail at Lights Beach, then to the bike path around Wilson's Inlet to Denmark. Keep up with current trail plans and construction here.

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