Tullis Bridge is located approximately 9 kms out of Boddington and can be accessed via Morts Road off Farmers Avenue. The drive out along Morts Road offers some magnificent vistas, taking you past the expansion of South32's Boddington Bauxite Mine, Marradong Reserve, small farms, olive groves and orchards.
The wooden trestle bridge was build in 1912 and was used to link the railway line from Pinjarra to Narrogin, initially for use by the timber industry. It continued to operate servicing the local timber & farming industries, up until 1968.
Sadly the timber bridge was partially destroyed by fire a few years ago, with only remnants of the unique structure remaining.
At Tullis Bridge you can enjoy a picnic at the picnic tables or sit under the canopy of trees that stretch alongside the Hotham River. Toilets are available at this site.