The Grade 3 walk trail suits moderately fit walkers as it has steep sections, and low ironstone outcrops adjoining the breakaway. The best time to visit is from June and November with peak flowering from August to October.
- Jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata) / Powderbark (E. accedens) woodland on ironstone ridges and gravelly upper slopes.
- Powderbark open woodland with almost no understorey on underlying 'pallid zone' pale to hard setting reddish sand / loam soil.
- Wandoo - Rock Sheoak (Allocasuarina huegeliana) woodland on weathered bedrock soil.
- Rock Sheoak, Wandoo (sandy surfaced), York gum (Eucalyptus loxophleba, loam) on flatter surrounding farmland soils.
Walk Trail 1.5km ( approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour)
1. Walk upslope on the Jarrah ironstone mesa to a lookout at a breakaway.
The trail continues north near the breakaway edge. This section is very uneven with ironstone outcrops on the trail.
6. The trail gently climbs an upland saddle/valley with vegetation that varies from Powderbark and Wandoo overlooking the Calothamnus gully, and then below the lookout plateau.
7. The trail becomes sandy as it weaves through granite rocks under rock sheoaks.
Check for orchids here in August- September.
9. The last stage of the trail is through Jarrah / Powderbark woodland with a dense understorey of Pingle Banksia/Dryandra squarrosa.