Known as Kokerbin Hill, it is the third largest monolith in Australia and is recognized as an interesting unspoilt spot for flora and fauna study. It covers nine hectares and is 122 metres high with interesting formations, caves and a deep well on the western side. Situated approximately 40 kilometres north-west of Bruce Rock, the picnic and barbecue facilities that are available make for an ideal location and for a pleasant outing with family and friends.
The Rock is situated within the Kokerbin Nature Reserve which is administered by the Parks and Wildlife Service (Department of Biodiversity Conservation and Attractions). The picnic area is administered by the Shire of Bruce Rock.
Parks and Wildlife Service and the Shire of Bruce Rock are working to improve signage and walk trails throughout the reserve. The walk trail can be accessed via the picnic area or the Well site and will take you past the devils marbles and to the top of the granite outcrop for sweeping views of the area.
Please stay on the designated walkways and enjoy the experience.
Tourists are advised to check for alerts and road/park closures before commencing their travel on www.emergency.wa.gov.au and https://alerts.dbca.wa.gov.au
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