Denmark - Albany

The last section of the Trail mostly travels along old rail trail, with some of it right next to Wilson Inlet. After departing Denmark, there are several small shops along the route, but no huts or accommodation.

Youngs Siding was originally a siding on the railway line that linked Albany and Denmark. There are now few signs indicating where the tracks used to be, although the main street still carries the name Station Street. The town has a general store. The Ellker general store is also a good place to stop for snacks and drinks.

Torbay Head is the most southerly point on the mainland of WA and the most westerly point of the Great Australian Bight. On the bay, only around 2km from the Trail, Cosy Corner is a well-known, popular family beach with picnic and camping facilities. There is also a cafe about 1km from the beach.

Albany, the southern terminus of the Trail is a little over 16.5km from Ellker.

Follow My Ride offers a detailed description of this section of the Trail as well as video material that will give you a good idea of what parts of the Trail are like.

For more information on cycling from Demark to Albany, go to the Section by Section Guide.