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Mullewa Everlasting Cultural Trails - Greater Geraldton

Pick up your Trail Guide from the Mullewa Tourist Information Centre on Jose St

Rail Heritage Loop

Mullewa’s “Rail Heritage Loop”, a comfortable 1,420 metre walk through the once-expansive railway precinct.

The trail is easy to follow and uses well-gravelled paths for most of the route.

At a leisurely pace, taking time to read the interpretive panels, it should take 30 – 45 minutes to complete.

This trail also provides a link to the Mullewa Bushland Trail and then on to the Mullewa Lookout.

The opening of the railway line from Geraldton to Mullewa in November 1894 triggered a period of rapid development in the fledgling town.

Then, in 1915, the inland line through to “midlands” (Morawa, Wongan Hills etc) to Northam cemented Mullewa’s place as a major rail centre.

At one time in the 1940s there were more than 25 railway houses in town, and the rail precinct was a hive of activity.

This trail will introduce you to the many aspects of life in a busy rail depot – and to some of the characters who worked here.

Click here for a map and more information from the interpretive panels.