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The starting point is the car park at the end of Madora Beach Road.
Getting there using public transport
The best way to get using public transport is to catch bus 584 from the Mandurah train station and get off at the terminus bus stop which is about 50m up Madora Beach Road from the car park.
Turn around point
The turn around point is the small carpark at the end of Orion Roan on Ormsby Terrcae, Silver Sands.
Getting back to the start from the turn around point – if you don’t want to do an out-and-back walk
The best way to get back to the start using public transport is taking bus 584. Head south-east along Orion Road for about 400m and turn right (south) on Mandurah Terrace. The bus stop is about 250m down Mandurah Terrace. The bus heading north will take you back to the start, whereas the bus heading south will take you back to the Mandurah train station.
Summary of the walk
Figure 1 below shows the route. The total one-way distance is 5.0 km, making it a 10.0 km out and back walk. This is a long but easy walk.
Water and toilets
Any toilet blocks are noted below in the text in italics. These are also sources of potable water. Any additional drinking water taps and showers are also noted in italics.
At the carpark there is a shaded viewing platform (Plate 1).
From the carpark, which has a toilet block, head south along Sabina Drive, through another carpark with a toilet block, for about 800m where Sabina Drive ends. Turn left and then after a short distance turn right onto a path (Plate 2).
Follow the path for about 1km and you will arrive at the Mandurah Surf Life Saving Club at San Remo (Plate 3). There are toilets, showers and drinking fountains here.
Follow the path at the western edge of the park adjacent to the surf club, and onto Ormsby Terrace (Plate 4).
The path here is on the eastern side of the road.
Continue down Ormsby Terrace for about 400m, where the road ends turns left and become Archeron Road. After a short distance turn right onto a path (Plate 5) which runs in front of a row of houses, forming the western boundary of these properties (Plate 6).
After about 800m the path come out into a small carpark, with a lookout at the southern end (Plate 7), with nice views north and south (Plate 8).
The path continues south passed the lookout again running in the front of a row of houses (Plate 9).
After about 1km, the path veers right through a small carpark (Plate 10), with a shower and drinking tap.
There is a small rock groyne here constructed to stabilise the erosion at this beach (Plate 11).
Head south along the path which runs on the western side of the road for about 600m where there us a carpark and toilet block (Plate 13).
This is the turn around point
Garry Middle, January 2018