Woolgangie Rock was modified as a catchment to provide water to steam locomotives. It is a site on the Golden Pipeline Heritage Trail and features ruins and interpretative signs.
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When exploring the park, visitors can stop at Woolgangie Rock and see where water was channelled into rock dams through a series of rock walls and rock-lined channels constructed from slabs of granite.
Visitors can also learn more about the pipe line along the popular self- drive tourist route called the Golden Pipeline Heritage Trail.
The drive runs though the park on your way from Mundaring near Perth to Kalgoorlie and provides a tourist route incorporating different biological and historical features including distinctive rock catchments along the historic Goldfields railway and pipeline.