- Approximately 4 hours
- Some unsealed roads
- Some bitumen roads
- Cafe / Shop on journey
- Start: Sukey Hill lookout
Cranbrook Conservation Trail
Starting at Binjellup (Sukey Hill) with a view over the western edge of Koi-Kyeunu-ruff (the Stirling Range) the Cranbrook Conservation Trail takes you west through a range of landscapes, highlighting the distinct ecological changes as you travel from east to west.
The first stop is the Cranbrook Wildflower Walk where in spring you will be rewarded with a range of wildflowers and flowering orchids over the 1.7km walk.
Enjoy the high value remnant vegetation along the roadsides on the drive to Twonkup, an important Noongar cultural and heritage site amongst a small reserve of wandoo woodland.
There is a beautiful stand of mature wandoo woodland at Warrenup Reserve and Kenny’s Tank, a small wetland and historic well.
Sukey Hill lookout
From Sukey Hill you’ll find a spectacular view of the western end of Koi-Kyeunu-ruff (or the Stirling Ranges). But the hill itself is actually a remnant of the original, ancient mountain range.
Cranbrook Wildflower Walk
Take this 1.7km walk through predominantly wandoo woodland in spring and be rewarded by many beautiful flowers and a number of spectacular orchids.
Known to the Noongar community as Dwangup, this is a very significant cultural site and a registered Aboriginal heritage site.
Warrenup Reserve and Kenny's Tank
Within a beautiful stand of mature wandoo woodland is the Warrenup wetland, within the Warrenup Reserve. Kenny’s Tank is an old well next to the wetland that is just a short walk off the road.