New activities coming at Warren and Bundaleer reservoir reserves from October.

Two men fishing and a woman kayaking at Bundaleer Reservoir

Access and activities at Warren Reservoir Reserve will be expanded to include walking, cycling and picnicking, in addition to fishing and kayaking already available.

There will be two trails providing a great Australian bush experience with water views, just an hour from the city, with the 5.5km West Warren Reservoir Reserve loop and the The unsealed trail will be suitable for walking, running and cycling (mountain bikes).

There are several picnic areas along the Warren trails, so you'll be able to pack a picnic basket complete with a blanket or chairs and then sit back, relax and enjoy the serenity.

Permits will shortly no longer be required for kayaking and canoeing, so get ready to take in the surrounding landscape from the water.

Fishing will continue to be available from the shore or on the water, with a valid fishing permit.

Starting in October, Bundaleer Reservoir Reserve will be open for walking, cycling, fishing (with a permit), kayaking/canoeing and picnicking.

Just a 40-minute drive from Clare, Bundaleer is nestled among the gentle rolling landscape of the state's mid-north.

The 4.6km loop trail will take you on a walk or bike ride around the entire reservoir, including over the dam wall, so you can take in all aspects and nature that the reserve has to offer.

Check the Warren and Bundaleer pages for details about current activities and maps.