Tramway Reserve Trail

Natural Attractions

The Tramway Reserve Trail is important environmentally, recreationally and culturally, as a linear reserve it is closely aligned to Baldivis Road. There are many designated access points linking this trail to the developing neighbourhoods, especially within the Rivergums and Heritage Park estates.

Currently you can join the Tramway Reserve Trail from its southern most completed crushed limestone bridle trail from Furioso Green off Baldivis Road. A crushed limestone dual use pathway also exists approximately 2 metres adjacent to the bridle trail, starting about 100 metres north of Furioso Green. As you follow this trail north, you’ll be met with a concrete dual use footpath guiding you north along the Tramway Reserve Trail.

The walking and bridle trail is currently 2.1 kilometres in length and crosses the main roads leading off Baldivis Road into the estates. Take care when crossing these roads. The two trails side by side interlink with the many local parks in the area and you will notice the two separate trails will cross paths on occasion as you make your way to the end of each trail, currently just shy of Safety Bay Road. White-tailed black cockatoos are regularly seen in the area together with remaining remnant bushland.

Rates

Free Entry

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