Munda Biddi Track:
This gentle cycle path is made of bush tracks and old railway connections. The loop begins on the edge of Lake Navarino and winds its way through the rolling hills of the Darling Scarp. Munda Biddi means path through the forest in the local Noongar language. Bush walking is a popular pastime for many visitors and part of the old Bibbulmun track still in existence and has been reopened for public use as part of the Munda Biddi Track. Gently undulating hills provide a picturesque backdrop.
Walks, trails and drives:
Waroona Heritage Trail (walk or drive), King Jarrah Track, Lane Poole Reserve (18km loop), Island Poole Walk Trail, Lane Poole Reserve (1.5km loop), 4x4 Nanga Heritage Circuit, Lane Poole Reserve (51.3km loop).
The Cream Shed:
Have you every wondered where milk comes from? Then Take a trip to The Cream Shed. Watch the cows being milked and the calves Being fed, see how the cream is separated from the milk and enjoy a glass of fresh Milk. Milking every day around 4pm. Disable Facilities.
For the cool clear waters and the grassed areas. Recreational activities include Swimming, fishing and canoeing. Stroll through natural bush where, from around December to April thousands of Monarch Butterflies mass on the blossoms of native trees.
Lake Navarino Waroona Dam:
The Waroona Dam was built on the Drakes Brook with work completed in 1966.
The reservoir known as Lake Navarino covers an area of 145 hectares with its primary use being irrigation. It is used extensively for recreational activities such as fresh water fishing and Water skiing. The surrounding forest provides beautiful displays of wildflowers in season.
In the centre of Waroona, Drakesbrook Antiques have one of the best displays of collectable china in WA. There is a fabulous collection of antiques for enthusiasts and browsers.
Sporting and recreation:
Golf Club, Hill Street (18 Holes Green Fee Honour System), Bowling Club, Parnell Street, (08) 9733 1406, Recreation and Aquatic Centre, (08) 9733 2389, freshwater fishing and marroning, skiing, boating, canoeing, swimming, bush-walking and bird watching.
Forest Edge Recreation Centre:
Visit the stunning natural bush setting for this recreation camp that offers a variety of fun and adventure activities for groups in multiples of 14-18. Take part in abseiling, flying fox, canoeing, team and raft building activities, ski biscuiting, boomerang making, target shooting and more.