Greenbushes Pool Boardwalk (20 min)
The Greenbushes Pool Boardwalk is a short trail around an attractive natural waterbody located on the Spring Gully watercourse within walking distance of the Greenbushes townsite. The 513 metre walk trail includes 230 metres of decked boardwalk and 286 metres of gravel pathways around and along the water's edge. The walk can be accessed as part of the longer Greenbushes Loop walk trail from Maranup Ford road, or by a bush pathway accessed just off the corner of Spring Gully Road and Telluride Street. The walk features interpretive signage providing information about local flora and fauna. It is wheelchair friendly and has gopher access however there are some gentle inclines to navigate.
Spring Gully Road, Greenbushes
Picnic area, gazebo, BBQ
A large natural water body in a bushland setting on Spring Gully Road. Great picnic area, including gazebo and BBQ, with children’s play area and toilets. A boardwalk and gravel walk trail is provided around the perimeter of the pool, with interpretive signage. Follow the signs off Blackwood Road. There is ample parking available. A stopping point on the Greenbushes Loop Walk Trail which connects to the Bibbulmun Track.
The Greenbushes Pool is a stopping point on the Greenbushes Loop Walk Trail which connects to the Bibbulmun Track. It is also the starting point for the Waterbird Walk to Schwenke’s Dam which is a former mining area undergoing development as a wetland suitable for wading birds such as the endangered bittern species.