About the Walking Trail
The Yeldulknie Weir Trail is a shared-use trail suitable for walkers, cyclists, runners, and is accessible to people with mobility issues, including the use of wheelchairs and gophers.
The trail is 5km one-way, allow 1.5 hours, or 10km return, allow 3 hours.
The trail begins in Cleve, at the eastern end of town, opposite the roadhouse, near Ramsey Bros, and follows the Birdseye Highway to Yeldulknie Weir & Reservoir. Once at Yeldulknie Weir & Reservoir, the trail finishes at the weir wall, where there is a shelter with picnic seating to enjoy the surroundings. There are a further two walking trails that can be explored from here: the Reservoir Loop, 3.1km, and the Lower Weir Walk, 1.4km.
The trail has been funded by a $75,000 grant from the state government’s Open Spaces and Places for People program, and will be officially opened on 13 October 2018.