Lesmurdie Falls Picnic Area

Stunning views over the Swan Coastal Plain from lookouts which are a short walk from the picnic area on Falls Road.

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West Terrace Walk

Bush Walk
4 kilometres

West Terrace Walk is a four kilometre loop in the Mundy Regional Park.  With several steep climbs and descents a good level of fitness is recommended. It can be linked to several other trails for a longer, more challenging hike.

Whistlepipe Gully

Bush Walk
3.5 kilometres

This reasonably easy 3.5km return walk in the Mundy Regional Park follows Whistlepipe Gully in the Perth Hills. The trail follows the narrow river as it courses over cascades and small waterfalls and offers views over the coastal plain to Perth.

Xanthorrhoea Trail

Bush Walk
5 kilometres

Xanthorrhoea Trail is a 5km loop walk in the Mundy Regional Park. It has views to the city, with a mix of challenging climbs and downhills, showcasing beautiful wildflowers in spring. The trail is named for the abundance of xanthorrhoea preissii, the native grass tree, or “Balga” in the Noongar language.

Lesmurdie Brook Loop

Bush Walk
1.5 kilometres

Lesmurdie Brook Loop is a family friendly 1.5 kilometre trail in Mundy Regional Park in the Perth Hills.

Lesmurdie Falls

Bush Walk
2 kilometres

Lesmurdie Falls located in the Mundy Regional Park in the hills east of Perth, is one of the more spectacular waterfalls on the Darling Range escarpment. There are a number of walk trails you can explore from here depending on the time you have, your level of fitness and the degree of difficulty you choose.

Lewis Road Walk

Bush Walk
5 kilometres

A difficult loop walk through the Mundy Regional Park, taking in spectacular views of Perth city, Swan Coastal Plain and the Darling Scarp. With some steep climbs and loose descents, the trail winds through wandoo woodlands, red gums and small jarrah trees, with opportunities to see native wildflowers.

Palm Terrace Walk

Bush Walk
5.5 kilometres

A fairly strenuous 5.5 kilometre loop walk through the Mundy Regional Park and Lesmurdie Falls National Park, including multiple panoramic views of Perth.