Three Dams Scenic Gravel Drive

Three Dams Scenic Gravel Drive
Head off on a dam-seeking adventure on the Three Dams Scenic Gravel Drive and discover how the Harvey Region supplies a large share of Western Australia’s drinking and irrigation water.

Begin your day with a coffee from Harper Street Bakery before hitting South Western Highway. Turn onto Logue Brook Dam Road and head to Logue Brook Dam.

If you’re like us and need a second-morning coffee, we suggest a stop at the Lake Brockman Cafe – their scones are to die for!

It’s time to hit the gravel. From Lake Brockman Cafe take Medway Road south until you reach Wildflower Ridge Walk. You can wear off those scones with a stunning nature walk through wildflowers, with views of the coastal plain and Harvey Dam.

Head back to Honeymoon Road. Along the road, in winter you will find small creek tributaries.  Across over Harvey-Quindanning Road to Stirling Dam.

After Stirling Dam, check out your final dam, the picturesque Harvey Dam.

We suggest having a picnic at Gibbs Pool. If you are not keen to pack your own, delectable, gourmet picnic hampers are available from Harvey Fish & Chips.


Trailhead Location

  • Start in Harvey.


  • Bitumen and Gravel. Easy gravel roads depending on weather conditions. However, there is little to no signage in this area.


  • 66.8 kilometres circuit


  • 1.5 hours – 3 hours (depending on stop times)
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