Attractions

Pimelea Mycumbene

Pimelea Mycumbene is a small picnic area close to the town of Mundaring where you can go bushwalking and ride the Munda Biddi Trail.

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Grevillea Mycumbene

Bring a picnic and enjoy some bushwalking or mountain biking on the Munda Biddi Trail.

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Fred Jacoby Park

A lovely place for a family day out or picnic. 

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North Ledge

Not far from Mundaring Weir, is a pretty spot on the side of Helena Valley. Walk the loop trail for views over Helena Reservoir.

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South Ledge and Golden View Lookout

Pack a picnic and check out The Golden View Lookout for amazing panoramic views over Lake CY O’Connor, the Mundaring Weir and the Helena River Valley.

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Farrell Grove

A perfectly quiet picnic spot under the pine trees.

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Gungin Gully

Stop for a picnic while exploring the scenic places along Mundaring Weir Road.

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The Dell

A small picnic area with access to walking trails and mountain bike trails.

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Statham's Quarry

The stones from Statham's Quarry were used for street paving in Perth in the early 1900's. 

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Perth Hills Discovery Centre

A meeting place, walk trail hub, campground and education facility where you can immerse yourself in the jarrah and marri forest close to Perth.

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Trails

Perth Hills Discovery Centre to Golden View Lookout

Bush Walk
12.4 kilometres

This out and back day walk through Beelu National Park traverses 6.2km (12.4km return) of the Bibbulmun Track. Starting from the Perth Hills Discovery Centre this walk takes you to the Golden View Lookout for a fantastic view over Mundaring Weir.

Portagabra Track

Bush Walk
3.5 kilometres

This 3.5km loop starts in Fred Jacoby Park within the Beelu National Park. The walk meanders through beautiful jarrah forests, winding past granite outcrops and majestic grass trees. Suitable for all skill levels.

Dell to South Ledge

Bush Walk
9 kilometres

Situated in the heart of the Beelu National Park this nine kilometre loop trail provides the opportunity to wander through some classic Jarrah forest and trace along the edge of the Helena River Valley.

Helena Pipehead Walk

Bush Walk
5.2 kilometres

A moderately easy 5.2km loop walk through Beelu National Park in the Perth Hills, with lovely views of Helena River and the valley’s wandoo woodland, leading to a beautiful outlook of the Lower Helena Pipehead Dam. Beautiful orchids flourish during Western Australia’s popular wildflower season.

Alchemy

Mountain Bike
1.5 kilometres

Three downhill descents all join onto one trail, Alchemy. A shuttle point at the bottom allows you to do laps or ride back up on Brand New Second Hand.

Apollo

Mountain Bike
300 metres

A linking trail from the top of Rocky Balboa to the descent on Mercury Street.

Rocky Balboa

Mountain Bike
700 metres

Ah Rocky! A tighter more technical climb than other trails on this circuit. Loved by some, hated by others.

Scorpion Trail

Mountain Bike
1.94 kilometres

The 2km Scorpion descent is a favourite in the Kalamunda Mountain Bike Trails. It is known for its large berms made from wooden railway sleepers with the odd jump and log ride. Something different from most other trails in WA.

Shake Rattle and Roll skills loop

Mountain Bike
800 metres

This 800m long interpretive beginner skills loop is a great place to warm up or hone your skills.

Slippery when dry

Mountain Bike
2.7 kilometres

Flat, rocky and best ridden fast. Engaging single track that always keeps it interesting.

Campgrounds

Perth Hills Discovery Centre Campground

Easily accessible camping in the forest close to Perth

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Maps and brochures

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