This 2.5km walk follows the Blackwood River foreshore from behind the Nannup Visitor Centre before looping back through the township of Nannup to arrive back at the Visitor Centre.
On the trail one can see a raised timber deck ideal for bird watching, picnic benches as well as interpretive signage.
Nannup is a picturesque, historic town. The town was first settled by travellers feeding, watering and resting their horses and bullocks. The town has maintained its historic link with pastoral developments and the timber industry. The main route through Nannup is still called Warren road as it follows the original cattle route to a homestead called “The Warren” in the Pemberton region.