The Northcliffe Forest Park is a conservation park preserved for it’s biodiversity values. Home to a wide range of flora and fauna species, the forest park can be explored on foot via the designated walk trails, or drive the trail from the Hollow Butt Tree to the Town Dam. Pack a picnic to enjoy at the Hollow Butt Tree, Town Dam or Acacia Picnic site.

Several trails twist through the Northcliffe Forest Park, linking up, then disappearing again into the forest. Pack a picnic lunch or something to barbecue and make the most of the facilities that have been provided in this natural setting.

Twin Karri is a 500m, short walk loop starts at the Hollow Butt Karri just near the picnic spot and leads you through thick karri forest including two huge Karri trees situated just next to each other.

There is much to see here; look up at the towering trees soaring into the sky. Look down to see the delicate wild flowers peeping up from the forestfloor in spring. And look around at the thick understorey which provides hidden homes for many forest animals.

Walk in the opposite direction from the start point and you can walk through 1.4km of forest, to link up with the Town Dam Walk Trail. Stop at the Halfway Hut to catch your breath or just enjoy the forest peace.