10th Light Horse Bridle Trail

Trot WA’s favourite heritage horse trail.  The 10th Light Horse Bridle Trail was first opened on October 15th, 1989 in honour of the 10th Australian Light Horse Regiment AIF – the only AIF light horse regiment recruited in Western Australia during the First World War.

The trail stretches for over 45.5 kilometres through the beautiful Myalup Pines. It will take you past attractions such as Vineyard 28 and Old Coast Road Brewery  – both of which have a place to stow your horse while you enjoy their amazing offerings. Accommodation is also available at Myalup Pines Cottages along the way.

The trail starts on the west side of the Harvey River Bridge, on Lake Clifton Road (formerly Old Bunbury Road) and ends at the junction of Runnymede and Wellesley roads in the Binningup area.

It has a mainly flat limestone surface with large sandy firebreaks and no significant hills. It should take two days at a leisurely pace on horseback.


Image of the 10th Light Horse Bridle Trail map


  • Car park
  • Horse-friendly
  • Large group-friendly
  • Free parking

10th Light Horse Bridle Trail

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