This is the old Railway line through Jarrahdale! It’s a 4km loop in which you’ll come across beautiful Australian fauna and wildlife. The railway was first
opened in 1872 and was used to transport timber from the mills in Jarrahdale to the port of Rockingham and onwards to Perth or overseas.
It’s a bit exciting being able to walk along a railway as it’s certainly something I wouldn’t recommend doing on an active line. It’s a wonderful, leisurely hike, full of endless hills and farms.
Jarrahdale is located in the Peel region of Perth and is easily accessible via the Albany Highway.
Bring your friends, your kids or even your dog! It’s a great day out, and there’s plenty of shady trees to roll out that old picnic mat you never use.
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