Warren Blackwood Stock Route
The Warren Blackwood Stock Route (WBSR) is a 360km bridle trail based on the historic stock droving routes of the original farming families of the South West. The WBSR stretches from the coast at Nannup to Bridgetown and onto Broke Inlet near Walpole.
The trail meanders through some of the most picturesque countryside the Warren Blackwood and Southern Forests region has to offer. Through Karri and Jarrah forests and farmland toward the south and west coasts, the trail provides an opportunity for trail enthusiasts to experience living history by following in the footsteps of the pioneer farming families that opened up the coastal South West.
The trail connects a number of towns and camping destinations of the South West including Nannup, Bridgetown, Manjimup, Quinninup, Shannon Camp Site and Broke Inlet and can be completed in smaller or larger sections.
The bridle trail includes 8 equine friendly campsites dotted along the route, at intervals of between 30km and 45 km, and sections of self-reliant trail to explore toward the coast. The campsites provide access to sleeping shelters, toilets, water tanks or water access and horse yards for trail users. There are also 3 self-reliant sites along the trail, Kookaburra stop-over, Steve’s Road stopover and Broke Inlet that provide a place to stop where trail users provide for their own needs.
Rest your horse and yourself
There are 8 campsites and 2 stopover points along the trail:
Wheatley Camp near Bridgetown
Davies Camp at Willow Springs
Dunnet Camp in Nannup
Brockman Camp on Krauklas Road
Mottram Camp near Manjimup
Muir Camp near Manjimup
Egerton-Warburton Camp in Quinninup
Shannon Camp at Shannon Campground
Kookaburra Stopover near South Coast Road
Steve's Road Stopover near Deeside Coast Road
Updates and Emergency Information
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This information is currently being updated and will be published soon.