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Winter Walks Along the Wadandi Track

Just because its Winter doesnt mean you need to be stuck inside all day! Embrace the chill with an invigorating walk, jog or cycle along the Wadandi Track, whose name honours the Indigenous Australians who traversed the coastal and bush paths across Vasse lands for over 40,000 years.

About The Wadandi Track

Stretching from Busselton Jetty to Vasse, this 54kilometre scenic walking and cycling path winds through Geographe Bay and passes by Kangaroo Gully Bridge. In Vasse, the track experience has been enhanced with amenities such as a park, family barbeque area, and six exercise stations.

State Government Investment

In May 2024, the State Government announced a $17.5 million injection to complete the track, expanding it to nearly 110 kilometres and therefore making it one of the longest trails in Australia. Once finished, the entire Wadandi Track will span from Busselton to Flinders Bay.

Dont let the cold slow you down. Pack a thermos and grab a friend, the family, or go solo with your pooch for a scenic stroll along this historical route to warm up this Winter

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