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Eastern Explorer Wildflower Drive

1) Moora to Moora-Miling Road, 42km

North along Midlands Road through Salmon Gum Avenue to Coomberdale. Coomberdale East Road to Old Geraldton Road, then scenic landscape past Berkshire Valley historic homestead to Moora-Miling Road.

2) Moora-Miling Road to Miling, 25km

East past Long Pool Reserve where you can stop and spot wildflowers, stop at Mardo Well (3km from Great Northern Highway) to amble through the sweet smelling Honeybush (Hakea lissocarpha) and wildflower carpet. Reach Miling via Great Northern Highway.

3) Miling to Bindi Bindi, 42km

Head east along Miling East Road past Black ToothBrush Grevillias (Grevillea hookeriana) and Running Postman (Kennedia prostrata). South along Nadjimia Road past Gimlet trees (Eucalyptus salubris) and then west along Ballidu-Bindi Road.

4) Bindi Bindi to Moora, 39km

Follow Great Northern Highway to Walebing passing the old townsite of Indarrie, and then west along Midlands Road to Moora. Wattles (Acacia sp.) and Native Hibiscus (Alyogyne sp.) line the road near Walebing and then gives way to the tall timber of Wandoo, York Gums and Salmon Gums. The Yadgena Creek, one of the main tributaries to the Moore River, can be viewed on the north side of the Midlands Road. Riparian vegetation include Paperbark (Meleleuca rhaphiophylla) and Sheoaks (Allocasuarina and Casuarina sp.) towards Walebing and Salmon Gum/York Gum woodland towards Moora.


Length: 148km
Terrain: Bitumen, gravel tracks
Access: Suitable for most vehicles, control speed on gravel roads. Caution after heavy rains as road conditions may have changed.

Download the Walks in the Shire of Moora Eco Trails brochure here: https://www.moora.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Walks-in-the-Shire-of-Moora.pdf

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