Mountain Biking/Munda Biddi Trail
Munda Biddi means "path through the forest" in the local Nyoongar language. Predominantly a gentle cycling trail, it is made up of bush tracks, firebreaks and old railway formations and begins in Mundaring.
The “Waterous Loop” starts at Lake Navarino Forest Park and meanders through the rolling hills of the Darling Scarp. This 63km signposted loop is long but far from technical and a pleasant day out cycling.
For more information about the Mundi Bindi Trail visit the website www.mundabiddi.org.au
There are a number of bushwalks in and around the resort that can be explored and enjoyed by everyone and part of the old Bibbulmun Track is still in existence and has been reopened for public use as part of the Munda Biddi Trail.
Other tracks include;
Waroona Heritage Trail (walk or drive)
King Jarrah Track, Lane Poole Reserve (18km loop)
Island Poole Walk Trail, Lane Poole Reserve (1.5km loop)
More information and track maps are available from Resort reception.
Langford Hill Riding Farm holds lessons, school camps and trail rides through scenic bushland on the panoramic escarpment surrounding Lake Navarino and the Drakesbrook Weir. Catering for beginners, disabled and experienced riders. Disabled access. For enquiries, contact Sue Thomas on (+61) 0417 911 491 or email@example.com
Water Skiing, Canoeing and Sailing
Lake Navarino is an aquatic playground and when full the surface area covers 145 hectares of which approximately 100 hectares (220 acres) of water is available for water skiing. The balance is for passive recreation such as canoeing, sailing, fishing and swimming.
Fishing, Fly Fishing and Marroning
While staying at Lake Navarino Forest Park, why not try your hand at fly fishing for Trout. Not only for the fishing elite, fly fishing is simple to learn and an effective and exciting way of taking a variety of fish.
Lake Navarino holds good numbers of Rainbow Trout, as well as many smaller Redfin Perch, all of which readily take flies. Trout fishing is at its best from the start of the season, September 1st, until the water starts to warm up with the onset of summer. The lake has also been stocked with freshwater marron and the gentle sloping shores of the lake make for very relaxing fishing.
Trout fishing season is from the 1st September each year through to 30th June. Not only can you fish at Lake Navarino, the Murray River, Drakesbrook Weir and Lake Brockman are all 10 - 30 minutes from here making Lake Navarino Forest Resort the ideal base to have that fishing holiday.
Fishing is permitted during the various gazetted seasons and licenses are required. Information on fishing and licenses can be obtained from any Western Australian Office of Fisheries or Australia Post.
White Water Rafting
For some fast, fun and furious adventure white water rafting is available on the nearby Murray River with Dwellingup Adventures. For more information they can be contacted on Tel/Fax 08 9538 1127 or visit their website at www.dwellingupadventures.com.au
There are a number of 4WD trails that can be explored around Lake Navarino for the off road adventurers. Please only use the authorised tracks as shown on this map.
Lake Navarino Map.
Baden Powell to Yarloop Trail
Starting at the CALM Dwellingup office on the corner of Banksiadale and Del Park Roads in Dwellingup, this trip follows tracks and firebreaks between Lane Poole Reserve and Yarloop.
Nanga Heritage Circuit
Starting at the corner of Dingo Road and Nanga Brook Road this trip follows old railway formations and tracks through Lane Poole Reserves.
Captain Fawcett Commemorative Track
This 105km track showcases some of WA's best Jarrah forests, historic farm houses, original settlers' trestle bridges, minor creek crossings and magnificent views. The track starts at Dawn Creek Rd near Dwellingup and finishes at the Quindanning Inn