Moons Crossing was used by the early settlers to cross the Warren
River. Nowadays only 4 wheel drives can cross the rundown concrete
path, especially in winter when water flows over the causeway.
Camping is allowed at the banks of the river. However there are only
picnic facilities. There are no toilets.
and the Blackberry
are close by bushwalking attractions.
Tree Walk, Shannon National Park, Western Australia
|| Moons Crossing is 17km from Northcliffe.
Follow Wheatly Coast Rd north east for 15km. Turn left at
Moons Crossing Rd and follow this for 2km until you see the
signs for the picnic area on your right hand side.
|| Four wheel dirve is necessary to cross the
Warren River. (Two wheel drives will be able to drive to the
picnic spot at the bank of the river, just not cross the
|| Canoeing in the Warren River during winter
high water levels. (Danger Rocks)
|| Picnic tables available.
| Parking avalable.
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with the regards to the information contained herein.
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(long distance bush walking trail)
as well as the
Munda Biddi Trail
(long distance mountain-biking)
pass through this region of unparalleled beauty.
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