John Forrest Picnic Area

Enjoy a barbecue or picnic – the ideal spot for a family outing.

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National Park Falls

The best time to visit to see the water flow is Winter or Spring.

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Swan View Tunnel

The only historical railway tunnel in WA that you can walk through. 

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Hovea Falls

Hovea Falls cascade down a large granite sheet of rock. 

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Wildflower Walk Trail

Bush Walk
4.6 kilometres

The 4.6km Wildflower Walk Trail is located in John Forrest NP. This grade 3 trail is popular when the wildflowers are blooming, typically between August and November. Expect some short steep sections and slippery surfaces.

Eagle View Walk

Bush Walk
14.8 kilometres

This challenging 14.8km circuit walk around John Forrest National Park offers great views across the Swan Coastal Plain to Perth city and the ocean in the distance. The trail is a bushwalker's delight, covering a variety of relatively pristine habitats, passing beautiful waterfalls and boasting spectacular wildflower displays in Spring.

Glen Brook Trail

Bush Walk
4.5 kilometres

The Glen Brook walking trails is a picturesque 4.5km, Grade 3 trail with option for a shorter 2km loop. The trail is marked in an anti-clockwise direction following Glen Brook up to the dam and beyond where you will pass through scenic gullies and see impressive granite outcrops.

Little Eagle View Walk

Bush Walk
7.9 kilometres

The 7.9km, Grade 4, Little Eagle Walk trail is well marked in a clockwise direction. The purpose-built section of hiking trail provides visitors with great views from a ridge line, followed by an immersive experience as you traverse a secluded valley. The trail also takes in some of the most picturesque Wandoo Woodland in the Park.