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Immerse yourself in the lush forests and wildlife along a nature trail. Whether you’re interested in a short walk or are craving a longer challenge, we have a trail option that will suit you. Each of our trails offer unique scenery, wildlife and vegetation to explore.

Enjoy a short walk along the bank of Hotham River and spot the wildlife along the water’s edge to Ranford Pool. Challenge yourself with a longer walk through farmland along the Tullis Rail Trail, or get lost in the lush forests of Red Hill Reserve.

Boddington Tullis Bridge Rail Trail

Tullis Rail Trail

The Tullis Rail Trail makes use of the Hotham Valley Railway Line from Boddington to Tullis Bridge. The 8km walk follows along the beautiful Hotham River, through flat paddocks and timber reserves and connects up to the Tullis Bridge trail 3km loop.

Distance: 16km round trip

Tullis Bridge before the fire

Tullis Bridge Walk

Connecting to the Tullis Rail Trail, the Tullis Bridge Walk is a 3km loop that starts and ends at Tullis Bridge; an old wooden trestle railway bridge built 1912 in Boddington. It runs along the river flats through jarrah and wandoo forests and includes features such as the old railway ballast reserve, and the historic federal stone river crossing.

Distance: 3km round trip

Due to the temporary closure of Morts Road, the Tullis Bridge loop can only be accessed by foot at the end of the Tullis Rail Trail. The Tullis Bridge Rail Trail and Bridge loop combined is a 19km round trip.

The swimming hole at Ranford Pool

Ranford Pool River Trail

Ranford Pool is one of those special spots the locals would prefer you did not know about. It is one of the most beautiful spots in the Peel Region for a picnic and a nice and easy 4km return walk. Starting from Lions Weir in Boddington, this trail follows the Hotham River to historic Ranford Pool. Fishing, canoeing and birdwatching can be enjoyed in this part of the river.

Distance: 4km round trip

Wildflowers and Native Wildlife in Boddington

Red Hill Reserve Nature Trail

Red Hill Reserve is the perfect location for a picnic with access to short nature trails within the Reserve. The old gravel pits are still present in the northern section of the Reserve and the centre of the Reserve houses picnic tables and access to three short nature trails perfect for birdwatching and wildflower spotting.

The Reserve is located 8km from Boddington on Pinjarra-Williams Road.