New Zealand Gully Walk!!
is a wonderful 7 km walk linking Greenbushes townsite with North
Greenbushes. The gully was named after the New Zealand born miners.
They look up mining tenement in he late 1900's.
collect water for their tin sluicing operations they constructed a dam
with a 4 m wall by hand using horses. The lakes are the remnants of
historic alluvial tin dredging. There were many small operators mining
panning and sluicing methods were used to mine tin. Tin was first
discovered in 1886 making the fields the longest continuously mined
operations in WA.
The trail leads to the old North Greenbushes railway station, built in
1898, seen here in the picture to the left.
|New Zealand Gully Walk,
Greenbushes, Western Australia
|| Greenbushes is located 250 km south of Perth.
The New Zealand Gully Walk starts from the Heritage Park on
Blackwood Road opposite the Greenbushes Discovery Centre.
|| New Zealand Gully Walk - 7 km or about 5
|| New Zealand Gully Walk - Walk Class 3
|| Parking available at Heritage Park on
|| Toilets available at Greenbushes Discovery
Centre on Blackwood Road or at the Greenbushes sport grounds.
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Please click HERE
for a map of the Greenbushes New Zealand Gully Walk.
Please click HERE
for a detailed brochure of the local walks.
For in interactive map please see below:
View New Zealand Gully Walk, Greenbushes in a larger map
(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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