Explore Tullis Bridge and Tullis Bridge Walk TRail
Tullis Bridge is located approximately 9 km’s out of Boddington.
The bridge was built in 1912 in the trestle style and was used to link the railway line from Pinjarra to Narrogin for use by the timber industry up until 1968. Tullis Bridge now remains as two separate structures at either side of the riverbank as it was set alight in the early 1990’s by some campers in the area. A walk trail links the town site of Boddington to Tullis Bridge along the Rail Reserve and is approximately a 16km return trip along the river, through open paddocks and timber reserves.
Once at Tullis Bridge, you can enjoy a picnic at the picnic tables there or sit under the canopy of trees that stretch alongside the Hotham River. A separate 3km walk trail has been created out at Tullis Bridge that takes you around the bridge and surrounding river. Toilets are available at this site. The drive out to Tullis Bridge along Morts Road offers some magnificent vistas, taking you past the back of the BHP Boddington Bauxite Mine, Marradong Reserve, olive groves and orchards.