27 October 2019
Jarrahdale Heritage Society guides will take you through some wonderful, dieback free jarrah forests. There may be wildflowers to see as well as black cockatoos.
The tour will then go to Langford Park, which is the site of the first bauxite mine in the State.
You will see the original pits and learn about the first rehabilitation efforts. We will stop here for a break.
There are free gas barbeques or bring a picnic to enjoy under the trees.
The group will then return to Jarrahdale via a different track.
Walkers are advised to bring sturdy walking shoes, weather protection, insect repellent, picnic and water. Please allow four hours for your day out in historic Jarrahdale.
Old Post Office Museum 631 Jarrahdale Road
Registration from 8.30am
Walk starts at 9am.
All walkers need to sign in prior to start
$5 per person (cash only to help maintain the trails)
Phone Bernie on 0406 980 677 or via www.jarrahdale.com