One of the great things about Kinmore Green is that it’s surrounded by bushland and big open spaces. Looking for something fun and outdoorsy to do this weekend? Then we suggest hitting one of the below walking trails so you can get your steps in while exploring your new surroundings.

Koondoola Walk Trail

Only a nine-minute drive away, Koondoola reserve is 137 hectares of vibrant bushland that includes a Sensory walk trail that features information about the flora and fauna found in the reserve. Home to the Western Jewel Butterfly that you just might spot during your walk and boasting an abundance

of native flowers this place is perfect to visit during Spring’s wildflower season. Did we mention this trail’s also welcomes dogs on the lead? Making it the perfect spot for a Saturday afternoon adventure with the kids and dog.

Whiteman Park

Less than 20 minutes from Darch you’ll find Whiteman Park, a vast conservation reserve that has a huge number of native flora and fauna species. The Park has three bushwalking trails – Werillyiup, Goo Loorto and Wunanga – that encompass Horse Swamp, Bennett Brook and the Park’s banksia woodland. Complete with interpretive notes, their trails will let you take a closer look at the Park’s bushland and wetland areas.

Sunset Coastal Path

The Sunset Coastal walk is perfect for those who love soaking up the sun and sea breeze. Less than 20 minutes from home, this coastal path is an easy, half day family ride that runs from Marmion,south of Hillarys Boat Harbour to Burns Beach. The 14km walk follows the Marmion Marine Park, a swimming and snorkelling paradise, so you can stop for a cool off at one of the many amazing beaches along the way. There’s also an array of fabulous cafes on the route so you can fuel up when you need to.

We’d love to hear your favourite walking trails around Darch.

For more information or to view Kinmore Green, please contact either Debra or Lee, they would love to chat to you.

Debra Hanlon

PHONE: 0414 940 724


Lee Johnstone

PHONE: 0403 060 129