Cookernup & Logue Brook

Cookernup & Logue Brook

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Travel along the inland roads to the hamlet of Cookernup. Adventure abounds to the east at Logue Brook Dam. Its insta-worthy blue waters are a favourite with water skiers, paddlers and swimmers.

MTB enthusiasts should hit the nearby famous Munda Biddi Trail for a Jarrah forest riding experience.

Must Dos in Cookernup

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    Sample the Wines

    Cookernup is in the north of the Geographe Wine Region, and is nearby to some of the area’s best wineries. Visit the local cellar doors to sample the wide variety of wines produced in the Harvey Region.

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    Family Fun on the Farm

    Enjoy a slice of country life at Harvey Farm Barn! Take a self-guided tour to meet all the friendly farm animals (rabbits, goats, lambs and more), enjoy a picnic on the grass, or look out for one of their guided educational tours.

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    On Your Bike

    Hop on your bike for a self-guided, two-wheel tour of the Region. The Yarloop-Wokalup Road Cycling Trail travels through five separate localities, from the heritage-steeped town of Yarloop to Wokalup’s modern industrial-style craft brewery, Brugan. MTB enthusiasts should hit the Munda Biddi Trail – accessible from the corner of Logue Brook Dam Road and Scarp Road – for a ride on the world’s longest continuous off-road cycling track.

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    A Day At the Dam

    Logue Brook Dam, also known as Lake Brockman, is a wonderful place to visit all year round, featuring picturesque scenery, tranquil bush land and crystal clear water! Located just 10 minutes east of Cookernup, Logue Brook has several picnic sites, as well as camping, glamping and water access for skiing, boating, fishing and more.

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    Wildflower Ridge Walk

    At only 1.4kms, the Wildflower Ridge Walk is a perfect outdoor adventure for kids. Wander through grass trees, bushland and along rocky outcrops as you enjoy the breathtaking views of the coast and the scarp from the ridge. Located off Honeymoon Road, between Harvey and Cookernup.

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