Long trails in Western Australia

Bibbulmun Track

Explore the 1003km walk trail through some of the best scenery of the Experience Perth and South West regions.

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Munda Biddi Trail

Adventure out on this 1000km cycle trail along purpose-built trail, forest tracks and roads in the Experience Perth and South West regions.

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Cape to Cape Track

Discover the 130km coastal walk trail between the lighthouses at the capes for which Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park in the South West region is named.

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Kylie Trail

Mountain Bike
10 kilometres

An easy 10 kilometre fun-flowing mountain bike trail through Westralia Conservation Park, with a 300 metre technical moderate alternate line offering riders the chance to test their descending skills. 

Petroglyph Trail

Bush Walk
200 metres

This short return hike has some steps and unstable loose rocks. A moderate slope leads you to petroglyphs on a rock wall where you can quietly observe without touching these Wajarri symbols.

Lime Kiln Lake Trail

Bush Walk
1.4 kilometres

Lime Kiln Lake Trail is a 1.4 kilometre return walk in the Yalgorup National Park. This gentle grade 1 trail takes walkers from the original lime kiln used during a short-lived commercial lime venture in the early 1920s, through peppermint and melaleuca trees and the former lime marl settling ponds to the edge of Lake Clifton.

Caves Walk Trail, Yanchep

Bush Walk
4.5 kilometres

The Caves Walk Trail is a five kilometre loop walk within the Yanchep National Park. This trail takes you past Crystal Cave where you can discover how limestone caves are formed and hear about their colourful history on guided tour. Tours can be booked at the McNess House Visitor Centre before you start our walk.

Hamersley Inlet Trail

Bush Walk
1.7 kilometres

The Hamersley Inlet Trail is a 1.7km walk trail within Fitzgerald River National Park. It follows the bank of the inlet until you reach Hamersley where it intersects with the Hakea Walk Trail.

Carey Brook Walk Trail

Bush Walk
2.5 kilometres

Carey Brook Walk Trail is a 2.5 kilometre long trail within the Hawke National Park. It offers visitors a vehicle-based camping opportunity tucked away under the peppermint trees, whilst visiting Goblin Swamp, Carey Brook and Grasstree Hollow.

Mount Burnett Trail

Bush Walk
1 kilometre

The Mount Burnett Trail is a one kilometre loop trail through Mount Frankland South National Park. It offers views of the surrounding Jarrah forest and a great place to stop when travelling between Walpole and Manjimup.

Heathlands Walk Trail

Bush Walk
5 kilometres

The Heathland Walk Trail is a 5 kilometre loop trail in the Yalgorup National Park. The trail contains a gentle climb over a limestone ridge to a lookout with views of Lake Preston and then through a tunnel of tress right to the waters edge.

Peak Charles Trail

Bush Walk
2 kilometres

Towering 500 metres above the surrounding plain, Peak Charles is visible for more than 50 kilometres in all directions. The two kilometre climb to the lookout takes around an hour and you’ll be rewarded with sweeping views.

Peak Head Track

Bush Walk
4.8 kilometres

Peak Head Track is in the spectacular Torndirrup National Park near Albany. The almost five kilometre return walk follows a sandy track that winds through thick coastal scrub and granite walls.  You are rewarded for your efforts by spectacular views of the Southern Ocean.

Oakford Bridle Trails

Equestrian
25 kilometres

Oakford Bridle Trails is a 25 kilometre network that meanders through Oakford bushlands and surrounding rural areas. Access beautiful riding land and get to know the trails and roads to create your own loops and routes that suit you and your riding buddies.

Ochre Trail

Bush Walk
5 kilometres

Discover the Aboriginal heritage of Dryandra on this 5 kilometre loop walk, with interpretive signs explaining aspects of the local Noongar culture, including an ochre pit. The trail meanders through beautiful stands of wandoo and passes the site of an old fire tower.

Old Timberline and Sidings Rail Trails

Bush Walk
37 kilometres

The Old Timberline and Sidings Rail Trails combine to form the 37 km Timberline Loop. You can choose a half day mountain bike ride or 2 day hiking trip, camping out along the way, following the path of wood powered steam driven locomotives from the forest to the Barrabup Mill and later Nannup Mill.

Ooramboo Trail

Bush Walk
550 metres

The Ooramboo Trail is a 550m return hike that leads to a low escarpment where you can view Aboriginal artwork (petroglyphs). It is accessed from the Loop Drive at the southern end of Mount Augustus. Be prepared for some steps and unstable, loose rocks. 

Osprey Sanctuary Zone Kayak Trail

Paddle

Osprey Sanctuary Zone Kayak Trail is one of four trails in the Ningaloo Marine Park with designated buoys for kayaks to tie off on while snorkelling the reef. Each buoy is located near a particular feature of the reef system. A 1.1-kilometre paddle south-west across to the inside of the reef will take you to the first of two kayak moorings within Osprey Sanctuary Zone. A further paddle south another 500 metres along the inside of the reef leads to the second kayak mooring. Return by paddling to the north east along the shore to the Osprey boat launch area These sites may be attempted individually or in any combination. The line on the map is for illustration purposes only.  The actual route and duration is dependent on the number of sites visited, based on your own abilities.

Oxers Lookout

Bush Walk
500 metres

Starting at the Weano day use area, the 800 metre walk trail between Oxer and Junction Pool lookout is not to be missed. Many consider the view from Oxers Lookout to be one of the most spectacular sights in WA if not Australia. The walk trail over the plateau barely prepares you for the gaping hole that lays ahead.

Pallet Track

Mountain Bike
1.5 kilometres

This 1.5 km blue trail is enjoyed by the more advanced rider looking for a challenge. You will find the trail along Lennard Road in the Mt Lennard Network of trails in Wellington NP.

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.

No Tree Hill

Bush Walk
6 kilometres

This a moderately easy 6km walk through heathland to a hill 262 metres above sea level,  offering views to Culham Inlet and the Eyre Range. Black gloved wallabies may be spotted and the wildflowers change throughout the year.

Noble Falls Walk Trail

Bush Walk
3.6 kilometres

This lovely 3.6 kilometre walk along the Wooroloo Brook is attractive at all times of the year. The wildflowers are in bloom in the spring and the waterfall is stunning in winter. The walk adjoins a reserve, which is home to many birds and other wildlife.

Oak Grove Walk

Bush Walk
1.5 kilometres

The Oak Grove Walk is an easy 1.5 kilometre loop walk through the heritage listed Golden Valley Tree Park, the largest arboretum in Western Australia featuring tree species from around the world.  The 60 hectare landscaped park is set in the picturesque hills of Balingup, three hours south of Perth.

Mount Trio Trail

Bush Walk
3.5 kilometres

This is a short and steep hike in the Stirling Ranges. 3.5 kilometres return, with a total ascent of 400 metres and lots of steps along the way.  Wildflowers, including the endemic mountain bells, are a feature of this walk.

Muffin Tops

Mountain Bike
1.3 kilometres

The fastest downhill blast around. Take your hands off the brakes and enjoy the ride. There are several table top jumps to add to the fun!

Munda Biddi Trail

Cycle
1070 kilometres

The Munda Biddi Trail is Western Australia’s premier long distance off-road cycling experience. Starting in Mundaring, the 1000km trail meanders through scenic river valleys and the magnificent forests of the state’s South-West. Joined by purpose built track, the Munda Biddi (which means path through the forest in the Noongar language) uses a network of bush tracks, firebreaks, and disused railway formations and has sections suitable for cyclists of all ages and experience levels.

Murchison River Gorge Walk

Bush Walk
38 kilometres

The Murchison River Gorge Walk is a 38km trail from Ross Graham Lookout to The Loop, through the dramatic landscape of Kalbarri National Park. With no marked trail or route this hike provides ample challenges to test experienced walkers.

Mushroom Rock Nature Trail

Bush Walk
1.5 kilometres

This Class 4, 1.5km loop coastal walk is a surprising delight. The blue of the ocean and the orange of the sandstone are a stunning contrast in the landscape.

Nancy Peak

Bush Walk
5.5 kilometres

A great circuit walk, Nancy Peak traverses the main peak of the Porongurup Ranges 23 kilometres from Mount Barker in the Great Southern region.. As well as the beauty of the moss-covered granite rocks and the lush forest, the views are magnificent with the Stirling Ranges visible to the north and, on a clear day, you can see the Southern Ocean.

Natural Bridge to Island Rock

Bush Walk
1.8 kilometres

This coastal trail is either a sealed path or boardwalk all the way making it accessible to more people. It incorporates the southern section of the Bigurda Trail and an additional section taking you to the Natural Bridge.

Len Howard Nature Trail

Bush Walk
1 kilometre

This walk is suitable for the whole family.  This sliver of tranquility is nestled between the Peel Estuary and nearby houses.  Sit for a while on the seats provided along the trail and spot some of the special migratory waders that visit in the summer months, or enjoy the springtime flowers.

Mount Clare Summit Trail

Bush Walk
2.4 kilometres

A short and gradual 2.4km return walk to the summit of Mount Clare which offers views of the Southern Ocean and the Walpole Wilderness.

Mount Dale Circuit

Bush Walk
2.5 kilometres

The Mount Dale Walk Trail follows the contours of Mount Dale to its peak, where walkers enjoy panoramic views of the Darling Ranges. Venture through beautiful jarrah forest taking in the sights of Mount Cooke to the south and the farmlands to the east.

Mount Frankland Summit Trail

Bush Walk
1.2 kilometres

The Summit Trail to the top of Mount Frankland takes you to the Towerman’s Lookout where there are remarkable views over the Walpole Wilderness Area. While the walk is strenuous the views make it worthwhile – on a clear day you can see Mt Roe in the north, the Porongorup and Stirling Ranges in the east and the Southern Ocean to the south.

Mount Hassell Trail

Bush Walk
3 kilometres

Located in the spectacular Stirling Ranges, the trail to the peak at 847 metres ascends a total of 430 metres over 1.5 kilometres. It starts gently, has sections of scree and then requires a rocky scramble to the top. It offers superb views, especially of Toolbrunup.

Mount Lindesay Trail

Bush Walk
10 kilometres

This 10km return walk to the summit of Mount Lindesay (385 metres above sea level) offers colourful wildflowers in spring and spectacular views over the Stirling and Porongurup Ranges and Walpole Wilderness all year round.

Mount Magog Walk Trail

Bush Walk
7 kilometres

A challenging seven kilometre return hike to 856 metres, this peak offers a more wilderness type of experience as it is less often climbed.  The track may be overgrown and the final section requires some rock scrambling.

Mount Matilda Walk Trail

Bush Walk
7.9 kilometres

The 7.9km Mt Matilda Walk Trail is located in the Wongan Hills Nature Reserve, 12 km from Wongan Hill’s townsite. This well signed, Grade 3 trail is set among an impressive landscape of natural bushland, a sea of wheat fields, rocky outcrops and stunning wildflowers, especially in spring -  July to October

Mount Maxwell

Bush Walk
200 metres

An easy walk in the West Fitzgerald National Park, to a lookout platform, 184 metres above sea level.

Mount Ragged Walk Trail

Bush Walk
3 kilometres

Mt Ragged Walk Trail at Cape Arid National Park is an exciting three kilometre return walk and climbing trail to the Tower Peak of Mount Ragged.

Toolbrunup Peak Trail

Bush Walk
4 kilometres

Enjoy magnificent views from the summit of Mt Toolbrunup, the second highest peak in the Stirling Range.  A good degree of fitness is required for this four kilometre return hike.

Mother-in-Law

Mountain Bike
900 metres

Despite how hard you try, it’s always hard work. The final push to the top of Mt Gunjin. Unlike the trails of old this one twists and turns a lot to back off the gradient to try and make it as pleasant as possible.

Mount Baldy

Bush Walk
3.6 kilometres

Mount Baldy Lookout Trail is one of several excellent walks, best undertaken near sunrise or late afternoon. It’s a 3.6 kilometre return walk starting near the front gate at Home Valley Station’s tourist resort accommodation. The summit offers fantastic panoramic views of Cockburn Ranges.

Mount Pingerup Walk Trail

Bush Walk
5.5 kilometres

The 5.5km, moderately difficult Mount Pingerup Walk Trail, is steep in places and offers spectacular views of Broke Inlet, the Southern Ocean and the surrounding D’Entrecasteaux National Park from the summit. Wildflowers, including orchids, are prolific during spring (August to November). A good level of fitness is required.

Mount Arid

Bush Walk
4 kilometres

Mt Arid walk trail is located in Cape Arid National Park and can only be accessed via Yokinup Bay. 4WD accessible ONLY. Tides and weather conditions must be consulted before driving on the beach. Spectacular views to the south and west overlooking the Recherché Archipelago. Two kilometre return hike to the summit of Mt Arid.

Mount Brown Walk Trail

Bush Walk
2 kilometres

A short and easy walk in the Beeliar Regional Park to a vantage point giving 360 degree views to Cockburn Sound, and inland surrounding areas.

Mount Bruce Summit

Bush Walk
9 kilometres

The 9km return Mount Bruce Summit Trail is located in the Karijini National Park and allows great opportunities to view the surrounding Hamersley Range and Marandoo mining operations. This Grade 5 moderately steep trail follows a clearly marked path along the ridge of the mountain with a couple of challenging rocky climbs to negotiate.

Mount Chudalup Summit Walk Trail

Bush Walk
2 kilometres

Situated 16 km south of Northcliffe just off the Windy Harbour Road.  Mount Chudalup towers over the surrounding karri forest. The climb to the top of this 185 metre granite dome is steep in places but well worth the effort.

Meelup Reserve Trail

Bush Walk
7 kilometres

The Meelup Reserve Trail is a beautiful serene 7 km coastal walk that traverses along the north-facing Geographe Bay. This lovely bush track is a moderately easy walk consisting mainly of a limestone and granite path decorated with stunning white sandy turquoise bays and pristine bushland.

Melville Water Riverpark Trail

Cycle
16 kilometres

The Swan Canning Riverpark holds significant cultural and natural values for Perth, serving as an important feature of the city’s landscape. The Melville Water Riverpark Trail is a sixteen kilometre urban trail along the Swan River (Derbal Yarrigan), from Fremantle Traffic Bridge to Canning Bridge through some of Perth’s most unique southern foreshore reserves and parks.

Mercury Lane

Mountain Bike
300 metres

Often overlooked this is a great little connector that joins on to the bottom part of Mercury Street.

Mercury Street

Mountain Bike
2.3 kilometres

Oh yeah. What a fun blast down for most levels of riders. Lots of jumps and a log ride with a launch exit keeps riders on there toes.

Merredin Peak

Bush Walk
1.8 kilometres

The 1.8 km Merredin Peak Trail provides an uninterrupted view across the town of Merredin and the surrounding rural area. As the highest peak in the area it offers spectacular panoramic views as far as the eye can see.

Metasoma

Mountain Bike
1.1 kilometres

A fun, tight downhill trail that leads from the top of Highway to Dell down towards Scorpion trail.

Millbrook Trail

Mountain Bike
8.3 kilometres

The Millbrook Trail at Mt Lennard, Wellington NP is a big ride with lots of climbing. This blue trail is 8.3 km long and climbs a total of 370 m. When you get to the end of the trail you will either need to get a lift back to your car or ride another 3 km to where you started.

Mini Palms

Bush Walk
4.4 kilometres

The Mini Palms Gorge Trail is 4.4km return from the Bloodwood carpark. There are steep slopes, narrow edges and large boulders to climb over, under or squeeze between. Climb the stairs to reach two viewing platforms which are surrounded by Livistona palms.

Marrinup Falls Walk Trail

Bush Walk
2.6 kilometres

The Marrinup Falls Walk Trail is a quite enjoyable 2.6km bush walk, just up from the old Marrinup Town site.  Lovely views, wildflowers and falls at the right time of year.

Marrinup Trail

Mountain Bike
8 kilometres

The Marrinup Trail meanders through some of Australia’s oldest rocks, which are more often exposed on this part of the Darling Scarp near Dwellingup, south of Perth. The mountain bike trail passes through native jarrah forest and redgum. The interesting ‘Cage in the bush’ POW camp is located a short distance from the trail.

Meanarra Hill Lookout

Urban Walk
300 metres

The Meanarra Hill Lookout walk is a 300m return trail with beautiful panoramic views over the town of Kalbarri, the mouth of the Murchison River and inland across the park.  At 207m above sea level Meanarra Hill is the perfect vantage point for 360° views of Kalbarri and the Murchison River flowing into the Indian Ocean – this is an ideal spot for photos, especially at sunset!

Mamang Trail

Bush Walk
31 kilometres

This is an outstanding 15.5 kilometre (31 kilometre return) walk along part of the spectacular Fitzgerald River National Park coastline from Point Ann to Point Charles and on to the Fitzgerald River mouth. Along with the coastal views are views to the inland peaks and lakes of the central wilderness area. It is marked with posts bearing the Royal Hakea symbol.

Mandu Mandu Walk

Bush Walk
3 kilometres

The Mandu Mandu walk is an excellent three kilometre loop trail that leads along the gorge rim then descends into the gorge. It is steep in sections so a reasonable degree of fitness is required.  Go early in theday when it’s cooler and you’ll have good chance of spotting some rock wallabies.

Manea Park

Bush Walk
2.3 kilometres

Located in College Grove, the easy 2.3km Manea Park Walk takes in a range of habitat types. Manea Park is Bunbury’s premier bush reserve and supports several threatened species including the forest red-tailed black cockatoo and both the species of white-tailed black cockatoo found within the South West.

Loop Walk

Bush Walk
9 kilometres

The 9 km Loop Walk in Kalbarri National Park takes you past the iconic Natures Window and follows a loop in the Murchison River. This trail is best hiked in the cooler months between May and October as temperatures in the gorge can reach 50C in summer.

Lorikeet Stroll

Bush Walk
200 metres

This short 200 metre walk in the Warren National Park gives you a taste of walking in the karri forest.  Keep your eyes and ears open for purple-crowned lorikeets darting around in the karri tree tops.

Lost and Found

Mountain Bike
800 metres

The bottom part of the climb heading away from the road. A nice warm up before the intense climb of Rocky Balboa.

Lube Me Up

Mountain Bike
1.4 kilometres

This climb takes you from Metasoma all the way to the very top of the hill and the start of Scorpion trail and onto Ferral Grove.

Luvin Shovels

Mountain Bike
1.9 kilometres

A bit of a legend in the area. Big jumps, big log rides. Approach with caution and wear appropriated protective gear.

MAAC Dive and Snorkel Trail

Snorkel
400 metres

This dive and snorkel trail features 20 informative plinths located on the seafloor to guide your way. The 400 metre trail takes scuba divers and snorkellers on an interactive journey through the clear waters of the marine park, which are often inhabited by a colourful array of fish and marine species.

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.

Lions Lookout

Bush Walk
4 kilometres

The Lions Lookout Walk Trail is a four kilometre loop trail providing expansive views over the Perth Coastal Plain and an abundance of wildflowers in spring. Perfect for a short walk through the bush without having to travel too far.

Loco en el Coco

Mountain Bike
1.4 kilometres

With its constant descent gradient and advanced jump and structures this is one for advanced riders only.

Lol Gray Loop

Bush Walk
3.2 kilometres

This 3.2 kilometre loop walk follows part of the Lol Gray trail, taking in heathlands of banksia, woolly bush and pea flowers.

Lol Gray Trail

Bush Walk
12.5 kilometres

See the diverse vegetation types and enjoy spectacular views over Dryandra near the old Lol Gray tree fire tower, which was built in 1930 and used by the Forest Department as a lookout for fires.  This 12.5km loop walk is one of the longer walk trails in the area.

Lake Pollard Walk Trail

Bush Walk
6 kilometres

The six kilometre, approximately two-hour, Lake Pollard loop trail conveniently begins at the entrance to the Martins Tank campground; about one kilometre from the campground itself. This walk takes in tuart, peppermint and grasstree outcrops, with an opportunity to birdwatch in the hide overlooking Lake Pollard.  Walking in a clockwise direction provides a good view to Lake Pollard while walking.

Lake Preston Walk Trail

Bush Walk
2 kilometres

This two kilometre return trail takes you around the edge of Lake Preston to a viewing platform at the water’s edge which allows you to see some of the waterbirds that visit the area.

Lake Thetis Loop Trail

Bush Walk
1.5 kilometres

Lake Thetis Loop Trail is an easy, 1.5km walk around the shores of Lake Thetis. It is one of only a few places in the world with living marine thrombolites, or ‘Living fossils’. The first 300m of boardwalk, which passes the best examples of thrombolites in the lake, is universally accessible.

Lakeside Loop, Lake Clifton

Bush Walk
5 kilometres

An easy five kilometre loop walk running parallel to the eastern shore of Lake Clifton. The vegetation consists of paperbarks, melaleucas, peppermints and tuarts. Thrombolites can be seen at the start of the walk.

Lancaster

Mountain Bike
1.1 kilometres

One of the more technical trails in the network. It starts off tight before a bunch of structures get progressively harder.

Lane Poole Falls Walk Trail

Bush Walk
5 kilometres

Venture into wild forest on this 5km moderate walk trail linking the Boorara Tree recreation site with Lane Poole Falls.  Wander towards through mixed karri and marri forest which changes to riverine vegetation as you descend into the Canterbury River valley.

Larrgari Trail

Bush Walk
1.7 kilometres

This 1.75 kilometre trail meanders through savannah woodland to the Fitzroy River. The loop is completed by using the Bun.gu trail to return to the car park.

Later-Rite

Mountain Bike
1.2 kilometres

A rocky all mountain ascent.

Lazarus

Mountain Bike
700 metres

One of three descents of the top of Mt Gunjin that all feed onto Alchemy

Lefroy Brook Loop Walk

Bush Walk
1.2 kilometres

Set amid the karri forest about eight kilometres south of Pemberton, these rocky rapids and surrounds provide a place for an outdoor lunch, a leisurely afternoon stroll, or a few peaceful hours of fly fishing.

Len Otte Nature Trail

Bush Walk
1 kilometre

Len Otte Nature trail is a moderately easy one kilometre loop walk in Cape Arid National Park. This nature trail was designed and established in 1979 by Len Otte, the first resident ranger at Cape Arid National park.  It was the first nature trail in any Western Australian national park and following his unexpected death, was dedicated as a fitting tribute to Len’s achievements and life at the park.

Lennard Half Circuit

Mountain Bike
7 kilometres

An easy 7 km loop starting on Lennard Road and meandering through the jarrah forest. It can be ridden alone as a circuit or as a handy return trail for Wals and Butchers Tracks.

Les Couzens Bridle Trail

Equestrian
24 kilometres

This moderately rated 24 kilometre horse trail begins at the town oval in Dwellingup and loops through Lane Poole Reserve back to town.  Enjoy riding through the jarrah forest and pine plantations.

Leschenault Inlet Walk

Cycle
5 kilometres

The Leschenault Inlet Walk is a pleasant 5 kilometre circuit around the Leschenault Inlet and passes a unique community of white mangrove. The trail is sealed all the way.

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.

Lesueur Trail

Bush Walk
3.5 kilometres

The Lesueur Trail is 3.5 km return and takes past some interesting land formations to the summit of Mt Lesueur in the Lesueur NP. This walk showcases an abundance of wildflowers in spring, many of them unique to the area. You will be rewarded with spectacular views all the way to the Indian Ocean from the summit of the trail.

Lagoon to Living Streams Walk

Cycle
4.8 kilometres

The walk among the sheoak, paperbarks and flooded gums along the Canning River, takes 45 minutes one way and little over an hour and a half return.

Lake Mount Brown Walk Trail

Bush Walk
6 kilometres

This is an easy six kilometre flat walk in Beeliar Regional Park. The path is paved for two kilometres and then there is a limestone and sand four wheel drive track around Lake Mt Brown. Firewood banksia makes a showy display in autumn.

Kawana Trail

Bush Walk
3.3 kilometres

This trail crosses from brown mallet plantation to kwongan heath and back offering great opportunities for spotting birds, echidnas and beautiful dryandras. It is an easy 3.3km return walk ideal for families.

Kep Track

Bush Walk
75 kilometres

The multi-use Kep Track uses the rail formation between Mundaring in the Perth Hills, to Northam, east of Perth.  The trail can take anywhere from a one to two hour walk, a bush outing for you and your horse, or a cycle adventure of several days.

King Jarrah Walk Trail

Bush Walk
18 kilometres

Located south of Dwellingup in Western Australia’s beautiful Peel Region, this five-hour walk features a 300-600-year-old tree, the ‘King Jarrah’, who’s age is continually disputed. It is less mighty these days after a couple of major fires, but still worth the walk and visit.

Kingfisher Trail

Bush Walk
6 kilometres

Located in Walyunga National Park, this six kilometre easy trail follows the river upstream to Syd’s Rapids before heading up a steep gravel track.  This area was burnt a few years ago and now has a thick understory of regrowth with the burnt eucalypt trunks visible above.  It intersects with the Echidna and Kangaroo trails.

Kitty's Gorge

Bush Walk
7 kilometres

The moderately difficult Kitty’s Gorge walk trail is located in Serpentine NP. The trail is 7km each way or 14 km return and can be accessed from either end. There are some steep sections with loose stones, uneven and slippery ground.

Knox Gorge Lookout

Bush Walk
200 metres

This easy 15 minute return walk takes you to the truly spectacular Knox Gorge Lookout.  Sunset or sunrise is a great time to view this awesome landscape.

Kotka Gorge Trail

Bush Walk
2.7 kilometres

Kotka Gorge Trail is a 2.7km return hike which continues on from the edge of the shady Gum Grove Trail to the gorge entrance that provides views of the east. The rough unformed trail involves steep rises and scrambling over rocks.

Kurliiny Tjenangitj Trail

Bush Walk
9.5 kilometres

This 9.5 km, Grade 3 trail climbs high above the river to a lookout, before looping around behind the hill. Choose between the 5.5 km return, climb to the lookout or complete the entire 9.5 km loop.

Kurrajong Campground Trail

Bush Walk
1.4 kilometres

This marked walk trail starts from the Kurrajong campground at the northern end of the park. This short 1.2km return trail gives you an idea of the different vegetation types in the Park.

Kangaroo Trail

Bush Walk
4 kilometres

The Kangaroo Trail is an easy four kilometre loop trail in Walyunga National Park which crosses creeks among granite boulders, wandoo and marri. There are some short rocky ascents and descents, with good views across to the opposite side of the river.

Karrakatoa

Mountain Bike
2.2 kilometres

An all mountain descent traversing rocky terrain into dense forrest.

Karri Views

Bush Walk
800 metres

This path leads you to the edge of the valley.  It offers views across the bubbling Eastbrook below.  It offers views across the Gloucester National Park.

Joeys Line

Mountain Bike
600 metres

This section of trail named after Canadian trail builder Joey Klein who ran a tail workshop here. A tricky rocky climb to get the legs warmed up.

Jorgensen Park Walk Trail

Bush Walk
2.7 kilometres

Jorgensen Park is located on the southern border of Kalamunda National Park and contains toilet and picnic facilities, including barbeques. This 2.7km loop trail is easy to navigate and is located on the old unused Kalamunda Golf Course, offering lots of history, stunning valley views and hidden gems.

Judderbars

Mountain Bike
900 metres

One of the three shuttle-able descents off Gunjin, lots of rollers before linking onto Alchemy to finish.

Inzamia

Mountain Bike
2.3 kilometres

An all mountain descent that will have you grinning from start to finish!

Island Pool Walk Trail

Bush Walk
2 kilometres

Nestled on the banks of the eastern side of the Murray River, Island Pool is a pretty spot to spend a day. The Island Pool walk trail starts from the top car park and is a one-hour loop through scenic jarrah forest and provides excellent views of the valley and the river below. 

Island Top Walk Trail

Bush Walk
2.1 kilometres

This two kilometre moderately difficult loop trail winds through a mix of coastal shrublands and stands of tall trees with stunning views to the mainland and other islands in the Recherche Archipelago.

Jabitj Trail

Bush Walk
12 kilometres

The Jabitj Trail, meaning running water in the Noongar language,  is a 12 kilometre return trail that follows the Collie River between Wellington Dam and Honeymoon Pool in Wellington National Park.  It offers delightful views of the rapids and pools along the way.

Jandakot Regional Park Bridle Trails

Equestrian
14 kilometres

Jandakot Regional Park has numerous bridle trails that meander through the park through a range of intriguing landscapes including banksia woodland, wetlands and rural remnants .

Jarrambayah Trail

Bush Walk
4.4 kilometres

A pleasant four kilometre walk along the base of one of the Geike Gorge walls beside the Fitzroy River.

Jenna Biddi Yorga

Bush Walk
2 kilometres

Jenna Biddi Yorga “women’s feet walking on the path”, in Whadjuk Noongar. We invite both women and men to walk this path, however we ask all the men who do so to respectfully acknowledge Jennalup (Blackwall Reach) as a women’s area in the past, and encourage the men to continue this acknowledgement into the future.

Joeys Line and Dugite

Mountain Bike
1.1 kilometres

The first trails you will ride when leaving the Camel Farm

Highway to Dell

Mountain Bike
800 metres

A twisty climb up through the pines which takes you gradually to the Dell. So gentle that it doesn’t even feel like a hill.

Hill Springs

Bush Walk
500 metres

Hill Springs walk is a 500m return walk to the ruins of the historic Hill Springs. The views from the lookout over the Recherche Archipelago and behind to Mt Arid are spectacular.

Hill Street Walk

Bush Walk
2.4 kilometres

An easy 2.4 kilometre loop walk through native reserve bushland in the Kalamunda National Park, winding through jarrah and redgum forest dotted with balga. With thriving birdlife and glimpses of the Piesse Valley , this is a peaceful, comfortable walk suitable for all ages.

Hill View Trail

Bush Walk
1.5 kilometres

The Hill View Walk only takes about 45 minutes to walk at a leisurely pace, and takes in lovely views and a great variety of different vegetation in the Australian Collection section of the Golden Valley Tree Park.

Homestead Walk

Bush Walk
750 metres

Out of the arid forbidding landscape that makes up much of Millstream Chichester National Park appears an oasis. A flat easy 750 metre return walk trail begins at the historic Millstream Station homestead and meanders through towering paperbark trees, introduced date palms and pools of freshwater.

Honey Hakea Track

Bush Walk
4.6 kilometres

The Honey Hakea Track is a Grade 3, 4.6km return trail following the same path as the Mt Bruce Summit Trail, in the Karijini National Park. The trail provides views down into the Marandoo iron ore mining operations and stunning views of the surrounding Hamersley Ranges.

Honeycomb Gorge Trail

Bush Walk
600 metres

Honeycomb Gorge Trail is a 600 metre trail in the Kennedy Range NP. The trail follows a stony creek bed to a large amphitheatre containing a seasonal waterfall and pool. Marvel at the honeycomb cavities that have been eroded into the cliff face.

Honeymoon Pool Kayak Trail

Paddle
8 kilometres

This 8 km return kayak trail starts at Honeymoon Pool campground and follows the river downstream. There are some rapids that you have to walk around and the trail ends at a small waterfall where you can swim.

Horny Devil

Mountain Bike
2 kilometres

This trail strikes the almost perfect balance of flow and rewards for correct line selection. Not too tight and twisty, not too open. You wind up speed before exiting with a big grin.

Handrail Pool

Bush Walk
1.5 kilometres

The 1.5km return Handrail Pool trail in Weano Gorge starts as a fairly easy walk but becomes quite challenging with climbing involved to get down into Handrail Pool including steep cliffs and narrow walking passages.  Be prepared to get wet and see Australia’s beauty at its best.

Harewood Walk Trail

Bush Walk
1.2 kilometres

Harewood Walk Trail 1.2 kilometres return walk through a tranquil area, including scents of eucalyptus, the sound of birds, and magnificent Karri trees.  Informative signs along the way interpret Denmark’s history as well as the flora within the area.

Heartbreak Drive Trail

Drive (2WD)
12 kilometres

This 12 km drive trail winds through the magnificent karri forest and along the Warren River.  It offers access to camping and canoe launching sites as well as the Dave Evans Bicentennial Tree and the Marianne North tree.  There is also a walk trail which closely follows the same loop.

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.

Henderson Cliffs Walk Trail

Bush Walk
300 metres

A short 300 metre loop walk to see some interesting limestone cliffs along Cockburn Sound in the Beeliar Regional Park.  A short section (100m) of the trail, from the carpark to the lookout, is sealed and wheelchair accessible.

Herdsman Loop and Olive Seymour Boardwalk

Urban Walk
8 kilometres

Walk the eight kilometres around Herdsman Lake and enjoy one of the best bird watching areas not far from Perth City. There are over 100 species of birds recorded at the lake, some of which have come from the other side of the world.  To make things even better, take a detour and include the impressive Olive Seymour Boardwalk on your circuit .

Gridlocked

Mountain Bike
1.3 kilometres

A climb on the way back to the Black Stump

Grizzly Trail

Mountain Bike
6 kilometres

The challenging Grizzly Trail starts on Lennard Road and meanders through six kilometres of jarrah forest adjacent to Pile road.  This blue trail is narrow with obstacles and technical features for those who are up for the challenge.

Hakea Walk Trail

Bush Walk
23 kilometres

The Hakea Trail is a 23 kilometre spectacular and rugged coastal walk trail in the East Fitzgerald National Park.  It starts at the Cave Point car park and extends westward to Quoin Head.  However, the trail can be accessed at several points along its route. The trail has markers bearing the Royal Hakea.

Hamersley Gorge Walk

Bush Walk
1 kilometre

This is a dramatic gorge, full of colour texture and reflections and a great spot for a swim. Hamersley Gorge is in the north-west of Karijini, further afield than the other gorges. Swirls of rock sweep down through the gorge and waterfalls rush into tranquil pools. There have been improvements to the site including sealed road access to the lower car park, a new constructed lookout, toilet and various infrastructure items.

Hancock Gorge (with Kermits Pool)

Bush Walk
1.5 kilometres

For the fit and adventurous the Hancock Gorge Trail is one of the most spectacular short trails in Western Australia.  Whilst it’s a short 400 metres return,  suggested time to take on this trail is 80 minutes which gives a clue to its Class 5 level.

Gorge Walk

Bush Walk
8 kilometres

The Gorge Trail follows the long languid pools and sandy riverbed of the Lennard River. It is one of the best locations to see numerous freshwater crocodiles sunning themselves on the sandy riverbed. The river cuts through the Napier Range, where the ancient Devonian Reef is clearly evident.  This 8km return trail is undulating and sandy in parts.

Gottysnobble

Mountain Bike
400 metres

Heading back towards the Black Stump car park. Gottysnobble is a twisty little track with flat corners.

Great Forest Trees Drive

Drive (2WD)
48 kilometres

Great Forest Trees Drive is a self-guided, 50 kilometre drive that winds its way through spectacular old-growth karri, jarrah and marri forest in Shannon National Park .  There are several stops along the way where you can stretch your legs, have a picnic or just enjoy the views.

Golden Pipeline Heritage Trail

Drive (2WD)
650 kilometres

The Golden Pipeline Heritage Trail takes you to WA’s Eastern Goldfields, rich in gold, history and scenery, revealing the story of a unique engineering feat. Travel on the old Goldfields Road along which fortune seekers rushed in the 1890s.

Goldilocks

Mountain Bike
4.7 kilometres

With more twists and turns than Goldilocks hair this feels like a mini downhill run with berms, rocks and jumps before the junction to Muffin Tops or Three Bears.

Corella Trail

Bush Walk
500 metres

The 500m return Corella Trail follows the south bank of tranquil Cattle Pool has some steps and slippery surfaces. Look and listen for corellas and other birds in their natural habitat. This is an important site to the Wajarri Aboriginal people. Please remain on the designated trail.

Goordgeela Trail

Bush Walk
3 kilometres

For those wishing to get good views but finding the longer Summit Trail a bit intimidating, the Goordgeela Trail could be for you. This difficult 3km return hike passes through open acacia shrubland for 550m, then scrambles up a long and steep rocky watercourse. A steep ascent takes you to a lookout with views to the north.

Gorge Rim Walk and Dales Gorge Trail

Bush Walk
5.1 kilometres

The Gorge Rim Walk and Dales Gorge Walk Trails create a 5.1km loop trail in the Karijini National Park. The Gorge Rim Walk follows the rim of Dales Gorge all the way to Three Ways and Circular Pool Lookouts, before descending into the gorge.  From here follow the Dales Gorge Trail to Fortescue Falls and Fern Pool before climbing back up to the Fortescue Falls car park.  

Gnamma Walk

Bush Walk
1.3 kilometres

This 1.2 km, Class 3 walk, takes you over a huge granite outcrop in the Totadgin Conservation Park, near the Wheatbelt town of Merredin. The rock features a mini wave formation and beautiful displays of wildflowers in season. Please follow the trail in a clockwise direction.

The Goat Farm Mountain Bike Park Trails Network

Mountain Bike
20 kilometres

The Goat Farm Mountain Bike Park is a totally designated mtb area. On the outskirts of Perth, only 4km from Midland station, it is a popular first stop for Perth riders. XC, DH and 4X riders are catered for. The stand out is the new skills park.

Glen Brook Trail

Bush Walk
2.2 kilometres

The easy Glen Brook Trail is a 2.2km loop in John Forrest National Park starting and finishing at the main picnic area and skirting around the Glen Brook Dam.  Perfect for a short stroll after your picnic and great for families.

Gloucester Route

Bush Walk
10 kilometres

This ten kilometre moderate trail loops through towering karri forest; over hills;  down gullies and across hidden creeks and waterfalls.  A rewarding and beautiful trail commencing in the Gloucester National Park near Pemberton.

Gloucester Tree to Cascades Walk

Bush Walk
12 kilometres

This 12 kilometre return walk starts from the world’s tallest climbable tree - the Gloucester Tree and finishes at the Cascades, a series of babbling rapids along Lefroy Brook.  It uses the Bibbulmun Track.

Gloucester Tree Walk

Bush Walk
6 kilometres

This six kilometre return walk takes you from Pemberton town site to the Gloucester Tree or visa versa.  The Gloucester tree is the world’s tallest climbable tree - and the view from the top is amazing!

Giant Tingle Tree to Coalmine Beach

Bush Walk
6.1 kilometres

This Bibbulmun Track day walk from the Giant Tingle Tree to Coalmine Beach is 6.1 km one way or 12.2 km return. The walk is in the Walpole Wilderness area, which boasts some of Western Australia’s most spectacular landscapes, coasts, habitats and vegetation.

Gibb River Road

Drive (4WD)
700 kilometres

The legendary Gibb River Road, is an icon of outback adventure through the heart of the Kimberley in Western Australia’s north west. The 660 kilometre dirt track passes through remote station country with magnificent scenery and plenty of opportunities to get out of your vehicle to discover one of the many fresh water gorges.

Gerliwany-gerring Banan Trail

Bush Walk
2 kilometres

Just on the outskirts of Kununurra is a rugged series of ranges in Mirima National Park. One of the best ways to get a feel of the place, is on this 2 kilometre return walk through Savannah woodland. It’s a great trail for seeing abundant wildlife in the area.

Ghost House Walk Trail

Bush Walk
12.4 kilometres

The 12.4km loop Ghost House Walk Trail will take most of the day to complete, so make sure you have plenty of water your lunch and snacks. It takes you on a journey to discover the natural and cultural history of the wilderness areas in Yanchep National Park, an hour north of Perth.  Along the way you will encounter the sights and sounds of the pristine wetlands and discover the historic remains of the ‘Ghost House’.

Gathercole Reserve Walk Trail

Bush Walk
3.1 kilometres

Gathercole Reserve Walk Trail is a moderately easy, 3.1 kilometre trail through the Gathercole Reserve and over a large granite outcrop, near the wheatbelt town of Wongan Hills. The trail is clearly marked with a variety of natural surfaces and some short steep sections.

Frankland River Paddle

Bush Walk
13 kilometres

A wonderfully secluded paddle along the quiet forested Frankland River in the Walpole-Nornalup National Park. The trail marked on the map is 6.5km making a round trip of 13km, but you can choose to turn around earlier if you don’t want to paddle the full distance.  Deepwater and easy navigation make this a suitable paddle for the family.

Frenchman Peak Walktrail

Bush Walk
3 kilometres

Located in Cape Le Grand National Park, a walk to the summit up the east slope of Frenchman Peak is rewarded with spectacular views over the park of the southern coastline and islands in the Recherche Archipelago.

Flaccid Ashback

Mountain Bike
2.9 kilometres

Our favourite flow trail? Yes this is only a Green trail but it is a lot of fun for all levels.

Flavours of the Porongurup Range Trail

Drive (2WD)
23 kilometres

The Porongurup Range National Park is renowned for its giant Karri trees and ancient granite rocks. The varied bush walks dotted throughout the Porongurup Range will appeal to all levels of hikers throughout the year, while the Sky Walk at Castle Rock, with its breathtakingly beautiful panoramic views is a ‘must-see’.

Flintstone Rock Trail

Bush Walk
650 metres

Flintstone Rock is an Aboriginal cultural site that takes about 30 minutes to explore including stops. The 650m return walk follows along a water-smoothed rocky creek bed.

FJ

Mountain Bike
2.8 kilometres

This is cross country riding. Kinda flat, except for the bits going downhill and the bits going uphill! Good fun and a workout.

Feral Groove

Mountain Bike
1.1 kilometres

The final and only descent to Farrel Grove carpark. Some big wooden berms and jumps that get bigger as you get faster!

Fire Tower Walk

Bush Walk
400 metres

This short walk meanders around East Contine Hill, a laterite breakaway that was the ideal site for the lookout towers used during the summer fire season.  These towers were staffed during the summer fire season by forestry workers and their wives who were known as “spotters”.

FJ

Mountain Bike
2.8 kilometres

A flattish section of the Kalamunda Circuit that weaves around and passes by an old burnt out Holden FJ

Escarpment Base Trail

Bush Walk
5.8 kilometres

For a great overall impression of the geographical marvel that is the Kennedy Ranges, you can do no better than walk the 5.8 kilometre return Escarpment Base Trail.  There is interesting geology as well as sandalwood (Santalum spicatum) to observe between Temple Gorge Campground and Honeycomb Gorge Trail. A lookout area is a feature of the section between Honeycomb Gorge and Sunrise View trails.

Escarpment Trail

Bush Walk
3.4 kilometres

You can start this 3.4 kilometre trail either from the Draper Gorge car park or Temple Gorge campground. If you are capable of going up and down steep sections, getting to the top of the escarpment is well worth the considerable effort as you will be rewarded with panoramic views.

Fault Line

Mountain Bike
2.4 kilometres

A climbing trail to access the all mountain descents.

Dwerta Mia Walk Trail

Bush Walk
1 kilometre

This short, one kilometre family-friendly walk is just perfect to introduce your kids to nature. Featuring interpretative signage, visiting ‘Dwerta Mia’ - the ‘house of the wild dog’ - will give you a unique experience of Australia through the eyes of Aboriginal culture as well as a better understanding of how the limestone environment has formed over hundreds of thousands of years.

Eagle Bluff Boardwalk

Bush Walk
400 metres

This short 400 metre boardwalk is perched high above the shallow waters of Henri Freycinet Harbour. There are excellent views of two small limestone islands and marine life that frequents the inshore waters. Rays, sharks, schools of fish and even turtles and dugongs can often be seen especially during summer.

Eagle View Walk

Bush Walk
15 kilometres

This challenging 15km 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.

East Mount Barren

Bush Walk
3 kilometres

The trail up East Mt Barren is a short but moderately difficult walk offering impressive views from the summit over Culham Inlet, the Eyre Range, Hamersley Inlet and the peaks of mid Mt Barren and Thumb Peak. Offering flowers throughout the year.

Eaton Foreshore Walk

Bush Walk
5 kilometres

Eaton Foreshore Walk is an easy 5 kilometre return circuit following the Collie Riverbank through attractive natural salt marsh vegetation. The southern side of the walk takes in bushland with paperbarks, peppermint trees and sheoaks and follows the flow of the river.

Eaton to the Cut

Paddle
4 kilometres

This easy 4 km return paddle starts at the Eaton boat ramp, takes you across the Leschenault Estuary to the narrow strip of land between the estuary and the ocean.

Echidna Chasm

Bush Walk
2 kilometres

The Echidna Chasm walk trail is 2 kilometres return from the carpark and has steep-sided gorge walls up to 200 metres high and barely a metre wide in places.  It features prehistoric Livistona palms and gorge walls exhibiting extraordinary colours.

Echidna Trail

Bush Walk
11 kilometres

This 11 kilometre loop trail in Walyunga National Park initially follows the Avon River before it ascends steeply to the western side of the river.  It passes through marri and wandoo woodland, currently with a thick understorey of regrowth after fire, before offering good views of the Avon Valley from Woodsome Hill.

Edney's Trail

Bush Walk
5 kilometres

Edney’s Trail involves lengthy rocky sections of rough unformed trail, very steep slopes and rock scrambling to reach Edney’s Lookout. This trail is suitable for those seeking impressive panoramic views without tackling the much longer, very difficult Summit Trail.  

Derdbe-Gerring Banan Trail

Bush Walk
1.2 kilometres

Just on the outskirts of Kununurra is a rugged series of ranges in Mirima National Park. There are a series of short walk trails. The Derdbe-Gerring Banan trail is a mere 1.2km return, but is packed with fascinating rock formations. Enjoy the views over Kununurra from the lookout.

Desert View Walk Trail

Bush Walk
1.6 kilometres

A short 1.6 km, fairly easy walk through the Pinnacles Desert.

Devils Slide

Bush Walk
5 kilometres

A moderate two hour walk to take you to the highest peak of the Porongurup Ranges. With sweeping views from the summit, to the South over the Indian Ocean on a clear day and Stirling Ranges to the North.

Drago

Mountain Bike
700 metres

Softer than Rocky, this climb ducks and weaves and avoids any of Rockys punches. The mellower way to get to the top.

Drapers Gorge Trail

Bush Walk
2 kilometres

The challenging Class 4 Drapers Gorge trail is located in the Kennedy Range NP. This 2km return trail follows a stony watercourse. You can expect lots of scrambling up and down steep loose stony slopes and narrow rock ledges to negotiate.

Dugite

Mountain Bike
500 metres

A snaking trail with one small jump and lots of fast corners.

Dalmanyi Walk Trail (Bell Gorge)

Bush Walk
4 kilometres

The Dalmanyi (Bell Gorge) Walk is four kilometres return from the car park to a section of the creek just above the falls with spectacular views of the gorge and waterfall.

Darwinia Drive Trail

Drive (2WD)
23 kilometres

This 23km drive through Dryandra Woodland provides five pull over bays with interpretive information revealing the interdependence of natural systems.  Take along a picnic lunch or take a short walk to search for orchids near the granite outcrop at stop five.

Deep River Loop Walk

Bush Walk
4.2 kilometres

This four kilometre hike takes in the summit of Mount Clare, the karri and tingle forest and the suspension bridge on the Deep River. This loop walk will take around one and a half hours.

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.

Demboong Banan Trail

Bush Walk
400 metres

Just on the outskirts of Kununurra is a rugged series of ranges in Mirima National Park. This is a short sharp trail taking about 10 minutes to complete. Most people take a bit longer to admire the view overlooking Kununurra.

Cockatoo Walk Trail

Bush Walk
17.5 kilometres

A 17.5 kilometre loop walk through the coastal plain vegetation of Yanchep National Park.  It passes through Ridge’s campsite from the Coastal Plain Trail and in spring offers a carpet of wildflowers.  Kangaroos, the black gloved wallaby and quenda, along with Carnaby’s black cockatoos, may be spotted.

Cockburn Lookout

Bush Walk
1.8 kilometres

Cockburn Lookout Trail is one of several excellent walks, best undertaken near sunrise or late afternoon. The 1.8km loop walk starts near the front gate at Home Valley Station’s tourist resort accommodation. The trail offers great views of the Cockburn Ranges and the meteorite crater. 

Collie Mural Trail

Drive (2WD)
35.2 kilometres

The 35 km Collie Mural Trail is a mixture of country driving and an urban walk. Consisting of 40 stunning murals, the trail stretches from Wellington NP, with the breath-taking 8000 sqm Wellington Dam Mural, ‘Reflections’ as the centre piece to the centre of town.

Commonage Road Trail

Drive (2WD)
10 kilometres

There’s Nothing “Common” about Commonage!

Congelin Siding Walk

Bush Walk
1.6 kilometres

This short and easy trail in the Dryandra woodland follows the old Pinjarra to Narrogin railway line that was constructed in 1925 and known as the Hotham Valley Branch (Dwarda line).

Conspicuous Beach to Rame Head Campsite

Bush Walk
6.6 kilometres

A spectacular walk along coastal cliffs with outstanding and far reaching views east and west along the south coast.  This Bibbulmun Track day walk from Conspicuous Beach to Rame Head Campsite is 6.6km return.

Coogee Maritime Trail

Snorkel
300 metres

Just 25 meters from the shore, the Coogee Maritime dive and snorkel trail begins at the Omeo shipwreck and includes an artificial reef and underwater sculptures - including a giant starfish you can swim through! The trail is easily accessed from the northern end of Coogee Beach via the beach access path from Perlinte View.

Coral Bay Kayak Trail

Paddle

Coral Bay Kayak Trail is one of four trails in the Ningaloo Marine Park with designated buoys for kayaks to tie off on while snorkelling the reef. Each buoy is located near a particular feature of the reef system. There are 4 sites on the Coral Bay Trail to visit, ranging in distance from 300m to 1.8 km from the shore. These sites may be attempted individually or in any combination. The line on the map is for illustration purposes only.  The actual route and duration is dependent on the number of sites visited, based on your own abilities.

Castle Rock

Bush Walk
4.7 kilometres

The 4.7 km (return) Castle Rock Trail in Porongurup NP starts at the Castle Rock picnic area and climbs through jarrah, marri and karri forest, past the fascinating Balancing Rock to the base of Castle Rock and the lower lookout. A further steep and challenging climb, scrambling over rocks and climbing a 6m ladder brings you to the Granite Skywalk; an amazing steel structure that winds its way around the massive granite dome, providing panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.    

Cathedral Gorge

Bush Walk
2 kilometres

The walk to Cathedral Gorge is 2km return.  It has an astonishing natural amphitheatre of red rock located within the Bungle Bungle Ranges in Purnululu National Park. The unusual bee hive striped formations and deep gorges make it one of the most fascinating geological landmarks and one of two World Heritage sites in Western Australia.

Central Line

Mountain Bike
700 metres

Another DH varient, one of the originals

Chichester Range Camel Trail

Bush Walk
8 kilometres

The moderately difficult Chichester Range Camel Trail is located in the Millstream-Chichester NP and follows part of the old camel trail. The trail is 8 km long and can be accessed from both ends or 16km return. Expect some steep slopes, natural obstacles and loose rocks.

Christmas Tree Creek Walk Trail

Bush Walk
10.5 kilometres

A moderate 10.5 kilometre loop exploring the most scenic parts of the Eagle View Walk Trail, before traversing across the park towards Hovea Falls, via a steep and challenging incline.

Chuditch Walk Trail

Bush Walk
7 kilometres

The Chuditch Walk Trail in Lane Poole Reserve is a 7 kilometre semi-loop starting from Nanga Mill campground to Chuditch campground (or reverse).  It starts and finishes by the beautiful Murray River.

Coalmine Beach Heritage Trail

Bush Walk
6 kilometres

This easy six kilometre return trail runs from Walpole Nornalup Visitor Centre to the Coalmine Beach Caravan Park on the scenic Nornalup Inlet. It traverses interesting swampland, with much of the walk on boardwalk.

Coastal Plain Walk Trail

Bush Walk
52 kilometres

This three day, 52 kilometre walk between Yanchep National Park and Neaves Road, in the Melaleuca Conservation Park, traverses the National Park as well as the inland coastal plain.  There are three overnight campsites along the way.

Coastal Trail

Bush Walk
20 kilometres

The Coastal Trail is a spectacular, but challenging 20 kilometre walk trail in Cape Le Grand National Park, 30 minutes drive from Esperance. The experienced walker can hike from bay to bay, enjoying some of the best scenery in Australia; kangaroos basking on pristine white beaches, dolphins surfing the aqua waters and amazing views.

Cape Naturaliste Track

Bush Walk
4 kilometres

This easy four kilometre trail is the most westerly loop of the Cape Naturaliste Walk Trail Network, taking you nearly all the way to the tip of the cape with spectacular views along the way.

Cape to Cape Track

Bush Walk
123 kilometres

The Cape to Cape Walk Track runs for 123 kilometres along the Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge, between the lighthouses of Cape Naturaliste and Cape Leeuwin in the far south west of Western Australia.  It features spectacular coastal and forest scenery, a fascinating geology of cliffs, caves, headlands and rock formations and an ever-changing display of vegetation and wildflowers.

Captain Fawcett Track

Drive (4WD)
105 kilometres

Starting at Dawn Creek Road and finishing 105 kilometres later at the Quindanning Hotel, the Captain Fawcett 4WD Track showcases some of Western Australia’s best jarrah forests, historic farmhouses, original trestle bridges and magnificent views.

Captain Hook

Mountain Bike
1.1 kilometres

A climb with tight and steep switchbacks.

Carmel Walk

Bush Walk
5.1 kilometres

The Carmel Walk is a pleasant walk through the Korung National Park in Pickering Brook. The walk trail winds through native bushland, and passes by working farmland and stunning fruit orchards. Carmel Walk can be done as a continuous 5.1km loop or may be completed in two separate sections.

Busted Nuts

Mountain Bike
1.6 kilometres

A descending black rated trail with big berms and jumps.

Butchers Trail

Mountain Bike
3.2 kilometres

This 3.2 km, blue trail makes you work hard on a old fire trail. Starting on Lennard Road and ending at the top end of Wals, it is part of the Mt Lennard Network of trails in Wellington NP

Butterflies, Birds and Bridges Trail

Cycle
4 kilometres

One of the most stunning trails in the Canning River Regional Park, this four kilometre dual use trail will take you over sedge meadows, through mature woodlands, over creeks and amongst the crowns of a paperbark forest.

Caldyanup Trail

Bush Walk
1.6 kilometres

The Caldyanup Trail is a moderate 1.6 kilometre loop trail around the base of the granite mass in Mount Frankland National Park near Walpole.  This lovely trail winds through one of the best granite and karri areas in Australia’s South West.

Camakazi

Mountain Bike
3.9 kilometres

A real favourite for those who just like to ride trails. Definitely one way with lots of fast traffic heading east with berm after berm, some small jumps and a few rocks to keep it interesting.

Camel Train

Mountain Bike
900 metres

One of the few dual directional trails in the network. A good leg warm up if you’ve started from the Camel Farm and are heading over to Flaccid Ashback or a last hurrah making a quick dash back to the car.

Campground Loop Trail

Bush Walk
4.5 kilometres

Circumnavigate the Shannon campground on this easy 4.5km loop through the forest.  The trails follows old railway formations and forestry tracks and is suitable for bikes and walkers.

Canning River Wetlands

Paddle
8 kilometres

An interesting 8km return paddle exploring a birdlife sanctuary on the upper Canning River. Narrow waterways and dead ends, mud banks, fish and, of course, all sorts of birds.

Cape Naturaliste to Sugarloaf Rock

Bush Walk
3.5 kilometres

This 3.5 kilometre length of the Cape to Cape track is wheelchair accessible and provides stunning coastal views between Cape Naturaliste and Sugarloaf rock.

Bridge Trail - Hoffman Mill

Bush Walk
2.4 kilometres

An easy 2.4 km loop walk located at the site of the old Hoffman Mill and town. Discover the remnants of the mill and railway line that serviced this area. Follow the signs along Clarke Rd, from Logue Brook Dam.

Bundegi Sanctuary Kayak Trail

Paddle

Bundegi Sanctuary Zone kayak Sites is one of four trails in the Ningaloo Marine Park with designated buoys for kayaks to tie off on while snorkelling the reef. Each buoy is located near a particular feature of the reef system. A 3.5-kilometre (about one-hour) paddle south south-west along the inside of the Bundegi reef will take you to the two kayak moorings within the Bundegi Sanctuary Zone. Snorkel the sites and return north back along the coast to the boat ramp. These sites may be attempted individually or in any combination. The line on the map is for illustration purposes only.  The actual route and duration is dependent on the number of sites visited, based on your own abilities.  

Bungendore Bridle Trail

Equestrian
3.2 kilometres

This 3.2km bridle trail in Bungendore Park leads through an area of natural Jarrah-Marri bushland. This park has a wide variety of flora and fauna, including endangered species of cockatoo, including Baudin’s, Forest Red-Tailed Black, and Carnaby’s.

Bunker Bay Loop

Bush Walk
3.6 kilometres

This 3.6 kilometre walk lies at the tip of Cape Naturaliste near Dunsborough.  It offers superb cliff top views and has the option to drop down to Shelley Cove at the eastern end.

Blue Marron

Mountain Bike
3 kilometres

A long cross-country trail where you are rewarded with a fast and steep technical descent.

Bluff Knoll Summit Trail

Bush Walk
6.8 kilometres

Bluff Knoll is located in the Stirling Range National Park, 4.5 hours south of Perth and 1.5 hours from Albany on the south coast. This 6.8km return,  Grade 4 trail is well signed and takes you to the top of Bluff Knoll, 1098 metres above sea level, via a steep path with numerous step to negotiate. The views from the summit are spectacular and worth the effort to get there

Bolganup Heritage Trail

Bush Walk
600 metres

A short and easy 600 metre loop trail beneath the towering Karri trees to Bolganup Creek and return back to Tree-in-the-Rock picnic area. A great option for all the family.

Boolagoorda Trail

Bush Walk
1.4 kilometres

The Boolagoorda Trail starts and ends at the Hamelin Pool Telegraph Station. It takes the visitor on an easy flat 1.4 kilometre loop walk to a 200 metre boardwalk.  From there you can experience the world’s oldest lifeforms, known as stromatolites, thriving in the shallow seas.

Boom Boom

Mountain Bike
1.4 kilometres

A descending flow trail for experienced riders.

Breakaway Walk

Bush Walk
1 kilometre

This short one kilometre walk around Contine Hill provides expansive views illustrating the contrast between farmland and the original dryandra woodland which existed before extensive clearing.

Z Bend Lookout

Bush Walk
1.2 kilometres

Visitors can admire the spectacular views of the Murchison River Gorge, from the overhanging rock formation of the Z bend lookout, a moderately easy walk from the carpark.

Z Bend River Trail

Bush Walk
2.6 kilometres

For the more adventurous hikers, once admiring the views from the Z Bend Lookout, you can embark on the trek down into the gorge, meandering between boulders and river red gums to reach the Murchison River.

Black Stump Pump Track

Mountain Bike
100 metres

Pump track and log ride. A good place to play or warm up.

Blackwood River Tourist Drive

Drive (2WD)
113 kilometres

Winding bush drives, lush orchards, quaint towns, tall jarrah and marri forests and spectacular scenery are just some of the attractions of the Blackwood River Tourist Drive. Following the splendid Blackwood River this trail takes you through some of Western Australia’s most picturesque farm country.

Blackwood River Valley Food & Beverage Trail

Drive (2WD)
163 kilometres

The Blackwood River Valley is the heart of food production in the south west. The region produces one of the widest ranges of food in Western Australia. Get set to experience what the region has to offer on the stunning Blackwood River Valley Food and Beverage Trail.

Blackwood River Valley Produce Trail

Drive (2WD)
260 kilometres

The Blackwood River Valley is the heart of food production in the southwest. The region produces one of the widest ranges of food in Western Australia. Get set to experience what the region has to offer on the stunning Blackwood River Valley Food Trail. In season, you can taste sweet chestnuts, local honey, sheep’s cheese, local cider and ales and local wines.

Blackwood River Walk

Bush Walk
6 kilometres

This trail starts at the Blackwood River Park and is straightforward as it follows the river. You can do 6km return, or up to 8km if you include Bridgetown streets. It is a stunningly beautiful walk, especially during winter and spring when the countryside is at its lush green best and the river is flowing strongly.

Blowholes Trail

Bush Walk
1.6 kilometres

This 1.6 kilometre return walk to the blowholes provides a wonderful view of the rugged coastline of Torndirrup National Park.  Be warned that there are 78 steps and the walk back is all uphill!

Yardie Gorge Trail

Bush Walk
2 kilometres

Yardie Gorge Trail is a two-kilometre walk overlooking the ancient Yardie Creek gorge. With amazing views of red limestone cliff faces and the opportunity to see a wonderful array of birds and wildlife, including the rare black-footed wallaby, euros and red kangaroos. From the top, the views into the creek and out to the Ningaloo Reef are purely spectacular.

Yeagarup Dunes to Warren Beach Track

Drive (4WD)
6 kilometres

This track is in the D’Entrecasteaux National Park and starts at Leaning Marri campsite near Yeagarup Lake . The Lake is the ‘Gateway’ to the vast mobile sand dunes which stretch along this coastline. The journey across the dunes is challenging yet rewarding, with fantastic coastline awaiting you.

Yeagarup Sand Dunes Walk

Bush Walk
3 kilometres

Combine a scenic drive with some on-foot exploring by heading south to this walk which takes you into D’Entrecastraux National Park. To get there drive south along Ritter Road to the picnic site near Yeagarup Lake.

Yonga Trail

Bush Walk
26 kilometres

The Yonga Walk Trail is a 26km loop trail in Lesueur National Park that leads hikers through hills, valleys and woodlands. Experience the unique and varied wildlife and wildflowers the park has to offer.

Yued Ponar Trail

Bush Walk
6 kilometres

This 6 km, moderately challenging trail can be accessed from the Cockleshell Gully picnic area off Cockleshell Gully Road.  The trail winds its way through a diverse landscape featuring low heath, small sections of Wandoo woodlands, along winding creek lines and up several short, steep slopes to the top of Mt Peron where you are rewarded with spectacular views of the Lesueur NP, all the way to the Indian Ocean.

Woodlands Walk Trail

Bush Walk
2.6 kilometres

This 2.6 kilometre walk is ideal for anyone who would like a “taste” of the Yanchep National Park, not too hard but good enough to see and appreciate the local habitat. It is especially great for families with children, starting from the McNess House Visitor Centre.

Woodloes Walk Trail

Cycle
6 kilometres

An historical multi-use trail from Kent St Weir, a weir built in 1927 to prevent salt water flowing upstream of the Canning River, along the river to Masons Landing, an area of land adjacent to the Canning River, significant for its use in the early pioneering days of the timber industry.

Woylie Walk

Bush Walk
5.5 kilometres

The 5.5km, Grade 3 Woylie Walk starts at the Old Mill Dam in the Dryandra Woodland and weaves its way through woodlands of wandoo, powderbark, kwongan heathlands, jarrah and stands of sheoak. Look for woylie diggings in the area and numbats and echidnas searching for termites.

Wulyibidi Yaninyina Trail

Bush Walk
2.7 kilometres

After viewing the dolphins at Monkey Mia, there is no need to leave immediately. This short 2 kilometre loop trail takes you through the dunes and tidal flats which attract and shelter a wide variety of birds.

X-Files

Mountain Bike
300 metres

A short connector from the fire trail to FJs. Climbing with some corners chucked in to keep you honest.

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.

Yaberoo Budjara Heritage Trail

Bush Walk
28 kilometres

This 28 kilometre one way trail is based on the movement of Yellagonga and his people between Lake Joondalup and Yanchep. It can be completed in sections. It extends from Neil Hawkins Park in the south to Yanchep National Park in the north, traversing tuart and banksia woodland, coastal heath and former wetlands.

Yanchep Rose Trail

Bush Walk
14 kilometres

This 14 kilometre loop trail starts at the McNess House Visitor Centre in Yanchep National Park. It takes you through the coastal plain vegetation, passing by historic bunkers and offering panoramic views from the sea to the scarp. The limestone outcrops punctuate the extensive wildflower displays in spring.  Kangaroo sightings are almost a certainty in the early morning and evening.

Yange Kep Bidi

Bush Walk
21.2 kilometres

The Yange Kep Bidi, (translation Wetland Trail) is a picturesque meander starting at Freshwater Bay on the Swan River foreshore.  This 21km bird lovers walking trail connects remnant bushland and significant wetlands including Perry Lakes, Lake Monger and Herdsman Lake.

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.

Wiilman Bilya Trail

Bush Walk
19.7 kilometres

This 19.7 km moderately difficult trail is named after the traditional Noongar group (Wiilman) and the Noongar word for river (Bilya).  The trail commences at the Hamilton Peninsula on Coalfields Hwy, west of Collie and follows the water to Potters Gorge and Wellington Dam. Follow the brown boot markers

Wildflower Walk Trail

Bush Walk
4.5 kilometres

The 4.5km Wildflower Walk Trail is located in John Forrest NP. This class 3 trail is popular when the wildflowers are blooming, typically between August and November. Expect some short steep sections and slippery surfaces.

Waterous Trail

Mountain Bike
71 kilometres

The Waterous Trail in the Lane Poole Reserve is a moderate 71 kilometre off-road cycling loop, primarily through Jarrah country, with two overnight options.

Wattle Walk

Bush Walk
1.1 kilometres

The Wattle Walk in Golden Valley Tree Park, Balingup, is at its best from mid winter and early spring when the yellow blossoms are out in profusion. By looking out for gold arrows, this short loop trail is easily followed. It is not a formed path, but its easy going.

West Mount Barren

Bush Walk
1.7 kilometres

Enjoy sensational views of the Fitzgerald River National Park and the Fitzgerald coast from West Mount Barren. This is a 1.7km return bushwalk and a reasonable level of fitness is required.

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.

Western Australia Distillery Trail

Drive (2WD)
4500 kilometres

The Western Australian Distillery Trail is a 4500km drive trail, stretching all the way from Esperance on the south coast to Kununurra in the far north of WA. Featuring 15 small batch distilleries, each with its own distinctive character and style, the trail passes through Albany, Margaret River, Swan Valley and Broome. Meet the makers and go behind the scenes to view the distillation process. Taste, touch, smell and hear the stories behind their unique flavours.

Wetlands Walk Trail, Yanchep NP

Bush Walk
2 kilometres

This two-kilometre loop trail is a relaxed, short, easy walk around the lake which is a dominant feature of Yanchep National Park.

Whale Lookout Walk Trail

Bush Walk
2.4 kilometres

This 2.4 kilometre Whale Lookout walk is the shortest and most popular trail from the Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse .  The track takes you to a lookout over the cliffs and out to sea.  A spur boardwalk leads down to another lookout perched on the outer cliff top.

Walitj Meil Walk Trail

Bush Walk
1 kilometre

The Walitj Meil Walk trail is a Friends of the Porongurup Range initiative. It is an easy to moderate one kilometre loop walk from Castle Rock picnic area to a point providing scenic views across to the Stirling Ranges.

Wals

Mountain Bike
2 kilometres

Wals Trail is 2 km of fast flowing turns and technical features, starting along Lennard Rd, in the Mt Lennard Trail Network, Wellington NP. Wals is currently the only black trail at Mt Lennard.

Wanamalu Trail

Bush Walk
3.6 kilometres

Located between Skipjack Point and Cape Peron in Francois Peron National Park this 3.6km return walk offers excellent views of the area’s abundant marine life from the cliff top. Striking red sand cliffs provide great photographic opportunities.

Wandoo Night Walk

Bush Walk
1 kilometre

A short night walk with markers that reflect torchlight. Look for nocturnal animals such as woylies, tammar wallabies, brushtail possums, tawny frog-mouths and owls among the wandoo trees and heath vegetation.

Wandoo Trail

Bush Walk
2.7 kilometres

A short and moderately easy walk through wandoo woodland, offering opportunities for bird watching and numbat spotting.

Wansbrough Walk

Bush Walk
4 kilometres

This eight kilometre return hike takes you through towering Karri forest along a gully between Nancy’s Peak and Devil’s Slide in the Porongurup National Park.

Gum Grove Trail

Bush Walk
500 metres

This short 500m return trail winds through a shady grove of river red gums with some steps, loose rocks and slippery surfaces. Turn around when you reach the edge of the shady gum trees and return to the carpark. Its main point of interest is an expansive grove of mature river red gums which attract the birdlife.

Warren Lookout

Bush Walk
2.4 kilometres

To take in the best of the karri forest and the Warren River Valley, follow the trail to the spectacular Warren Lookout, a great photo vantage point.  The view from the lookout to the Warren River is superb, and well worth the walk.

Warren River Loop Walk

Bush Walk
10.5 kilometres

The Warren River Loop Walk is located in the Warren NP near Pemberton. This 10.5km moderately difficult walk follows the Warren River and passes through some of the regions most magnificent old growth karri forest.  The trail takes you deep into the moss-clad Warren River valley where it meanders alongside the river, through groves of karri, sheoak and Warren River cedar.

Top Left Track

Mountain Bike
300 metres

If you start from the top and want to ride Gravity Track or Rock, Berms and Roots you need to ride this to link up to them.

Tunnel Creek

Bush Walk
2 kilometres

Tunnel Creek is a very popular walk with a bit of adventure thrown in for good measure. The 2 kilometre return walk goes through a naturally formed tunnel carved over millions of years by fast flowing wet-season water.

Twiggy's Landing and Shearwater Lookout Walk

Bush Walk
1 kilometre

Woody Island is an ‘A’ Class Reserve and one of more than 100 islands and islets that make up the Recherche Archipelago, a chain of islands stretching 230km from Esperance to the Great Australian Bight.  The island is named for its stands of tall trees, a rare sight in this archipelago.

Up Up and Away

Mountain Bike
900 metres

Steady climb from the Farrell Grove car park and picnic area to the top of Scorpion Trail. Not as steep and tight as Lube Me Up.

The West Kimberley Crossing

Drive (2WD)
1135 kilometres

In the West Kimberley, a 350-million-year-old reef system has created a trio of spectacular natural treasures - Windjana Gorge, Tunnel Creek and Geikie Gorge.  Venture into one of the last true wilderness areas on earth to experience all three, and get a taste of the Kimberley’s pioneering spirit on the legendary Gibb River Road.

Three Bears

Mountain Bike
800 metres

Bears are big. Not cute and cuddly. These three are three large tabletops with a good line of sight. Line them up and let it go as you blast towards Mercury Street or Luving Shovels.

Time Walk

Bush Walk
2 kilometres

Time Walk, is an easy but spectacular two kilometre return bush walk through Windjana Gorge in the far north of Western Australia. Discover a devonian reef gorge system which is unlike any other in the Kimberley, and keep an eye out for fresh water crocodiles and flocks of corellas.

Tombstone

Mountain Bike
1.3 kilometres

An all mountain trail that winds its way to the downhill trails.

Swarbrick Art Loop

Bush Walk
500 metres

Located in the stunning Walpole Wilderness area, this easy 500 metre stroll takes you through old growth karri forest. Keep an open mind and expect your perception of wilderness to be challenged by the fascinating art works.

Syd’s Rapids and Aboriginal Heritage Trail

Bush Walk
5.1 kilometres

The Syd’s Rapids and Aboriginal Heritage Walk trails can be accessed from either the Walyunga Pool carpark or Boongarup Pool where the two trails meet. The combined distance of both trails is 5.1km return The trails are located in the Walyunga National Park, 40 kilometres north east of Perth.  These family friendly trails provide interpretation on the indigenous history, plants and animals and the history of white water rafting in this beautiful location.

Tagon Coastal Trail

Bush Walk
14 kilometres

Tagon Coastal Trail is a 14 kilometre return moderately difficult walk in Cape Arid National Park. The Tagon Coastal Trail winds through coastal heath and across rocky headlands, providing excellent vantage points for whale watching.

Tall Gum Short Walk

Bush Walk
650 metres

The Tall Gum Short Walk in Golden Valley Tree Park, Balingup, celebrates the majesty of Australia’s tall eucalypt trees. Living up to its name, this trail is the shortest and easiest to negotiate at only 650 metres. Many of these trees were planted in 1987, but even so they are already reaching impressive heights.

Talyuberlup Walk Trail

Bush Walk
2.6 kilometres

A steep and challenging 2.6km return hike to a rock covered peak.  It offers exceptional views, excellent wildflowers has a maze of gullies, caves and rocky outcrops to explore. A rock hopper’s paradise!

Tangaroo Kick

Mountain Bike
400 metres

A climb to get you started on one of the most fun green trails in the area Flaccid Ashback. You could be forgiven into thinking it is the same trail.

Tantabiddi Sanctuary Zone Kayak Trail

Paddle

Tantabiddi Sanctuary Zone Kayak Trail is one of four trails in the Ningaloo Marine Park with designated buoys for kayaks to tie off on while snorkelling the reef. Each buoy is located near a particular feature of the reef system. A 1.3-kilometre paddle (about 30-minutes) west north-west from the boat ramp to the sanctuary zone will take you to two kayak moorings within the Tantabiddi Sanctuary Zone. Snorkel the sites and return to the boat ramp. These sites may be attempted individually or in any combination. The line on the map is for illustration purposes only.  The actual route and duration is dependent on the number of sites visited, based on your own abilities.

Temple Gorge Trail

Bush Walk
2 kilometres

The moderately challenging, Class 3 Temple Gorge Trail is located near the campground in the Kennedy Range NP. This 2km return trail follows a dry creek bed to a sandstone rockface known as the Temple.

Ten Mile Brook Trail

Bush Walk
15 kilometres

Ten Mile Brook Trail is a pleasant walk or cycle out to Ten Mile Brook Dam, named after the tiny brook that was dammed in the mid-1990s to create a new supply of water for the quickly growing Margaret River and other townships.

The Domes

Bush Walk
700 metres

The Domes walk is only 700 metres return and packed with the famous ‘beehive’ domes. The trail is ideal for people who are not into hiking but want to get an insight into this unique landscape. The Bungle Bungle range is around 360 million years old.

Sixty Foot Falls

Bush Walk
2.1 kilometres

This walk is a short but steep climb to the top of the spectacular Sixty Foot Falls, affording magnificent views of the City and the valley along the way, before descending past the old Barrington Quarry where old workings provide a window into the geology of the area.

Skinny Dip Bay Walk

Bush Walk
1.5 kilometres

Explore the northern side of Woody Island on a peaceful walk to Skinny Dip Bay. This 1.5km return, moderately difficualt walk will take you to a small, rocky but sheltered bay.  The trail starts in the playground and leads over the hill past the telephone tower.  Look out for the kangaroos.

Slippery when dry

Mountain Bike
2.7 kilometres

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

Snotty Gobble

Mountain Bike
900 metres

A short, easy trail that everyone will enjoy.

South Shore

Mountain Bike
5 kilometres

South Shore is a world class freeride area located in a forest area between Dwellingup and Waroona.  Beware - with jumps, see saws and other technical features, this trail is for VERY experienced riders only.

Spectacles Aboriginal Heritage Trail

Bush Walk
5 kilometres

The Aboriginal Heritage Trail is a five kilometre loop walk around the northernmost wetland of the Spectacles, within the Beeliar Regional Park and located in the City of Kwinana.  Interpretation panels along the trail explain the animals, flora and lifestyle of the original Aboriginal inhabitants. There is also a bird hide and two side paths through paperbarks.

Spectacles Banksia Trail

Bush Walk
3.5 kilometres

This 3.5 kilometre easy walk through the Spectacles Wetland in Beeliar Park passes through banksia, sheoak and grasstree vegetation.

Stacey's Loop

Bush Walk
1.9 kilometres

Stacey’s Loop is an easy 1.9km loop trail that winds through beautiful jarrah forest and over several bridges that cross Gooralong Brook, located within Serpentine National Park.

Statham's Quarry Walk

Bush Walk
5.9 kilometres

A 5.9km loop walk through Gooseberry Hill National Park, with spectacular views of the Darling Scarp and the Swan Coastal Plain. A fairly strenuous walk with a few loose stony sections, this interesting walk takes in the old abandoned Statham’s Quarry and the disused Zig Zag Railway.

Station Life Peron Homestead

Bush Walk
600 metres

At the base of Shark Bay’s Peron Peninsula is a scattering of historic sheep station buildings that have stood the test of time in a harsh environment.  This short flat and easy 240metre walk trail shows the visitor, through interpretive signage, what station life was like.

Stockyard Gully Cave Trail

Bush Walk
1.3 kilometres

This easy 1.3 kilometre return trail in Stockyard Gully takes you along a sandy gully and into a cool and refreshing tunnel carved into limestone. The tunnel itself is big enough to stand within and walk through.

Stokes Heritage Trail

Bush Walk
6.4 kilometres

The 6.4km return Stokes Heritage Trail is in Stokes National Park, 80km west of Esperance. The trail has beautiful vistas overlooking Stokes Inlet. Walkers will also see and learn about the ancient Zamias.

Stony Hill Track

Bush Walk
500 metres

Stony Hill is a delightful 500 metre fairly level circular walk which offers spectacular 360 degree views of Torndirrup National Park. There are great views of Peak Head and the Southern Ocean.

Sullivan Rock to Mt Cooke

Bush Walk
16.5 kilometres

This 18.4km return walk on the Bibbulmun Track takes you to the highest point in the Darling Range, Mt Cooke.  A campsite (for walkers only - no vehicle access) is at the base of Mt Cooke so this is also a good option for an overnight walk.

Summit Trail

Bush Walk
12.5 kilometres

The very difficult 12.5km Summit Trail located in Mount Augustus National Park takes walkers to the top of the biggest ‘rock’ in the world. Only very fit and experienced bushwalkers should attempt this full day very difficult hike. Expect a very steep unformed trail with rock scrambling. The trail ascends over 650m to the summit that offers extensive views of the surrounding plain and distant ranges.

Sandford Rocks Walk

Bush Walk
2.1 kilometres

Sandford Rocks Walk is a moderately difficult two kilometre walk in the Sandford Rocks Nature Reserve.  An impressive amphitheatre in this granite outcrop and expansive views of the reserve and surrounding farmland at the top.

Savannah Walk Trail, Bandiln͟gan (Windjana Gorge) National Park

Bush Walk
1.4 kilometres

The Savannah Walk is an easy well-marked 1.4km loop trail. While most visitors head straight for the gorge, it’s worth doing this trail to get a fascinating insight into the savannah habitat. The walk starts and ends at the campground, which boasts flushing toilets and showers. There is informative interpretive signage along the way.

Schipp Road Walk

Bush Walk
4 kilometres

A picturesque 4km loop walk following Piesse Brook as it flows and cascades through Kalamunda National Park. The trail takes in a scenic section of the Bibbulmun Track, offering spectacular views of the Valley. There are several steep uphill climbs and loose descents, making this trail a fun, challenging experience.

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.

Sepulcralis Hill

Bush Walk
600 metres

A moderately easy short walk to a lookout, 175 metres above sea level, in the East Fitzgerald National Park.  The lookout offers views to the many peaks of the park.

Sequoia Walk

Bush Walk
600 metres

Sequoia Short Walk in Golden Valley Tree Park is a gentle 10-minute stroll along a gully which takes you through the North America section of the park. The wheelchair friendly trail passes through groves of redwoods, Douglas fir and sequoia. A picturesque pond provides habitat for the resident ducks.

Serpentine Falls Trail

Urban Walk
1 kilometre

Serpentine National Park is just one hours’ drive 55km south-east of Perth, and makes an ideal day visit.  The Serpentine Falls Walk Trail, located in the beautiful and diverse Peel Region of WA, is an easy stroll from the car park to see the lovely Falls, or you can venture on top to see the cascade from the viewing platform.

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.

Shannon Dam Walk Trail

Bush Walk
4.5 kilometres

Get away for a day at Shannon – the one time timber town, now a popular tourist destination deep in the heart of the Shannon National Park. The Shannon Dam Walk Trail is an easy 4.5 kilometre return stroll with gentle slopes.

Shannon National Park bridle trails

Equestrian
20 kilometres

Three bridle trails are available in Shannon National Park and they all start from the Shannon Horse Camp. They vary in length from 7 to 20km and can be combined to make a longer ride.  All three trails pass through jarrah and karri forest and the wildflowers in spring are spectacular.

Shark Bay Kayak Trail

Paddle
110 kilometres

A five day sea kayak trail exploring the spectacular coastline of Shark Bay. Great for experienced paddlers, this trail follows the shoreline to explore remote beaches. The clear, shallow waters providing a window into the abundant sea life below.

Shark Bay World Heritage Drive

Drive (2WD)
160 kilometres

Shark Bay is the most western point of the coast of Australia and is made up of two peninsulas jutting out into the Indian Ocean. The 160 kilometre Shark Bay World Heritage Drive runs between the Overlander Roadhouse on the NW Coastal Hwy to Monkey Mia, where a pod of dolphins have made their home and freely interact with visitors.    

Sharp Point Walk Trail

Bush Walk
250 metres

The Sharp Point Walk Trail is a short 250m loop trail in Torndirrup National Park providing awe inspiring coastal views out to The Gap and Peak Head in the south-east and out to the Albany Wind Farm in the south-west.

Shedley Drive Loop Walk

Bush Walk
8 kilometres

This is an eight kilometre loop walk, taking in the summit of Mt Clare , the Deep River suspension bridge and the beautiful karri and tingle forest.

Shoalwater Islands Marine Park Paddle

Paddle
8 kilometres

Along the coast at Rockingham, less than 45 minutes drive south from Perth, you can kayak in the Shoalwater Islands Marine Park. Limestone cliffs, sandy beaches, wildlife, birds, surf, fish, swim, snorkel on a shipwreck. This trail has it all.

Sika Trail

Bush Walk
9.8 kilometres

This ten kilometre trail in Wellington National Park is a dual use mountain bike and walk trail.  It starts at the Wellington Dam kiosk and loops through jarrah and marri forest, returning via the Potters Gorge camping area on Wellington Dam to the kiosk.

Recovery Walk

Bush Walk
1.6 kilometres

Toolibin Lake is an area of high conservation value being one of the last remaining inland freshwater lakes in the south west. This easy 1.6 kilometre loop walk takes about 45 minutes and you can learn about the lake from the interpretive signs. 41 species of waterbird have been recorded here including rare species like the freckled duck.

Ride the Sunset Coast- Marmion to Burns Beach

Cycle
14 kilometres

The Ride the Sunset Coast pathway extends from the southern suburb of Munster, to Burns Beach, north of Perth. The 14 kilometre section from Marmion to Burns Beach is an easy, half day cycle that contains many of the highlights including Hillarys Marina, Marmion Marine Park and wilder coastal vegetation.

Rock Berm and Roots

Mountain Bike
700 metres

The latest downhill track at Wellington Mills Downhill

Rock On

Mountain Bike
2.1 kilometres

A rocky climb with a flowy descent.

Rocks Walk Trail

Bush Walk
2.5 kilometres

The route to Mokare’s Rock is steep in places but the view to leafy karri crowns and across the Shannon Basin is magnificent. A boardwalk across Mokare’s Rock protects the fragile carpet of mosses, lichens and flowers growing on the granite.

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.

Rocky Pool Walk

Bush Walk
5 kilometres

Rocky Pool Walk is a 5km loop in the Kalamunda National Park visiting the picturesque Rocky Pool, with beautiful seasonal wildflowers and abundant wildlife. It includes a section of the Bibbulmun Track and has some difficult, steep loose descents, making this a challenging, rewarding bush walk with spectacular valley views.

Ross Graham River Walk

Bush Walk
700 metres

In the stunning Kalbarri National Park this 700 metre return walk will take you down to the edge of the Murchison River for a cool swim or kayak.  Just 20 metres from the car park is a wheelchair accessible lookout offering panoramic views.

Rotary South Bank River Trail

Bush Walk
2.4 kilometres

Rotary South Bank River Trail is an easy 2.4 kilometre loop walk along the north and south shores of the beautiful Margaret River.

Saddle Trail

Bush Walk
800 metres

The Saddle Trail is an 800m return hike involving loose rocks, unstable and slippery surfaces and crosses a usually dry creek bed. A good level of fitness is needed to climb a moderate slope to the saddle that provides a view over the Lyons River valley to the north.

Railway Reserves Heritage Trail

Bush Walk
41 kilometres

Railway Reserves Heritage Trail follows the route of the old Eastern Railway and is unique in providing a 41 kilometre loop entirely on railway formations. This extensive trail passes through quaint hills communities including Darlington, Parkerville and Mundaring, and covers a wide range of terrains with scenic views and numerous points of historical and natural significance.

Rarrgi Trail

Bush Walk
1.6 kilometres

This one kilometre loop in Geikie Gorge circuits around weathered remants of the limestone Devonian reef, formed more than 360 million years ago.

Pinnacles Desert Lookout and Drive Trail

Bush Walk
4.3 kilometres

A 4.5 km drive trail, winding its way through the amazing limestone structures that create the strange, other world environment that is the Pinnacles Desert.  

Pioneers Pathway

Drive (2WD)
224 kilometres

The Pioneers’ Pathway is a self-drive route that traverses the Wheatbelt between Toodyay and Merredin following the well worn trail early prospectors travelled to the Yilgarn, Coolgardie and Kalgoorlie Goldfields. Wander past expansive farmland and nature reserves through the small towns of Goomalling, Dowerin, Wyalkatchem, Trayning and Nungarin.

Plateau Loop Trail

Bush Walk
3.2 kilometres

This 3.2km return walk trail in Coalseam Conservation Park is renowned for its spectacular spring wildflower display and fascinating geological history.  The trail meanders through a rare eucalypt woodland and takes visitors to a plateau ridge to enjoy sweeping valley views over a majestic landscape.  Look carefully and walk quietly to discover some of the park’s birds and reptiles along the way.

Point Ann Heritage Trail

Bush Walk
1.5 kilometres

This is a short and easy walk which follows part of the original rabbit proof fence. It offers superb views over Point Charles Bay and is an excellent whale watching route in season.

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.

Pupalong Loop Walk

Bush Walk
400 metres

Learn about how important country is to the Noongar custodians of the South West along this short 400 metre universally accessible loop trail at Point D’Entrecasteaux.

Quenda Trail

Bush Walk
4 kilometres

This four kilometre trail can be undertaken as a loop trail or a coastal beach walk past the magnificent granite outcrops of Torpedo Rock then ending at Smiths Beach car park.

Quokkamoly

Mountain Bike
1.3 kilometres

A descending cross county trail with a short dual slalom track.

Quollity Street

Mountain Bike
1.4 kilometres

An enjoyable loop off the Munda Biddi.

Pear Walk

Bush Walk
900 metres

The Golden Valley Tree Park is just three kilometres out of Balingup in Western Australia. By taking a stroll along Pear Walk in the World Collection area you are stepping into rural England. The old farming property has over 250 species of Northern Hemisphere trees. There are even a few sheep for added authenticity.

Penguin Island Boardwalk

Bush Walk
1.5 kilometres

Penguin Island is a magnet for nature lovers and is home to the largest colony of Little Penguins (also known as Fairy Penguins). The trail starts at the Penguin Experience Island Discovery Centre and allows walkers to experience close encounters with the flora and fauna.

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.

Piccaninny Creek Lookout

Bush Walk
2.8 kilometres

The 2.8km return trail to the Piccaninny Creek Lookout at Purnululu National Park gives you an impressive overall view.  Walking to the lookout involves a reasonably easy walk negotiating the stony creek bed of Piccaninny Creek.

Bibbulmun Track

Bush Walk
5 kilometres

A pleasant, family friendly walk along a section of the popular Bibbulmun Track in the Perth Hills. This 5km return section of the Track snakes through the mixed hills forest of Beelu National Park, passing by tuart and jarrah trees, balga and zamia, with abundant native wildlife to see along the way.

Bibbulmun Track

Bush Walk
1000 kilometres

The Bibbulmun Track is one of the world’s great long distance walk trails, stretching 1000 kilometres from Kalamunda in the Perth hills, to the historic town of Albany on the south coast. The Track offers a range of experiences from an epic eight-week adventure staying in the 49 campsites along the way, to day walks staying in comfort in one of the quaint rural towns.  Bushwalkers from around the world come to WA to become an end-to-ender on ‘The Bibb’.

Bibbulmun Wellington Spur Trail

Bush Walk
19 kilometres

The 19 kilometre Wellington Spur Trail links the Bibbulmun Track to the Wellington Dam recreation area which offers a range of other recreational activities including mountain biking and canoeing. Built with schools and other groups in mind the trail offers a range of walk options.

Bibra Lake Loop

Cycle
6 kilometres

Long regarded as one of Perth’s southern suburbs favourite destinations, Bibra Lake is a great spot for a picnic and features an awesome adventure playground.  This 6 kilometre loop is an easy to follow dual use path .

Big Brook Dam

Bush Walk
4.2 kilometres

The sealed 4km Big Brook Dam Walk Track follows the shores of the dam allowing stroller and wheelchair access and is is also ideal for cycling.  The regrowth forest, now 60 years old, provides pure water, animal homes, timber and an inspiring backdrop for visitors – just as the old forest once did.

Big Lagoon Paddle Trail

Paddle
17 kilometres

Big Lagoon in Francois Peron National Park is a string of birridas joined by the sea. Enjoy watching birds, fish, turtles and rays while paddling your water craft over the broad shallows and into the upper reaches of Big Lagoon.

Bigurda Trail

Bush Walk
8 kilometres

The eight kilometre Bigurda Trail hugs the coastline between Eagle Gorge and Natural Bridge, providing stunning coastal views.  Arrange to be dropped off at Eagle Gorge and traverse south along the coastal cliffs for 3 to 5 hours, finishing up at the Natural Bridge.

Baie des Deux Peuples Heritage Trail

Bush Walk
5 kilometres

This easy to moderate walk along the heritage trail in Two Peoples Bay Reserve has stunning views of the coastline looking over Two Peoples Bay.  Choose how far you wish to walk.

Bald Head Walk Trail

Bush Walk
12.5 kilometres

Located in the spectacular Torndirrup National Park, the Bald Head Walk Trail is a challenging 12.5 kilometre return traverse of the Flinders Peninsula providing stunning views of the Southern Ocean and King George Sound.  This rewarding hike won’t leave you wanting for more and has a number of great photographic opportunities.

Baldwins Bluff Trail

Bush Walk
6 kilometres

The Baldwin Bluff Trail is a six kilometre return in the Serpentine National Park offering great views of the Swan Coastal Plain, the valley and the Serpentine Falls which can be enjoyed from the summit.

Bam Bam

Mountain Bike
1.3 kilometres

A descending flow trail not for the faint hearted!

Banksia Hill Loop Trail

Cycle
1.5 kilometres

This 1.5 kilometre loop trail in the Canning River Regional Park will take you through thriving Banksia woodland.  An excellent walk or cycle before or after a picnic or BBQ at the Kent St Weir.

Beach to Bluff Trail

Urban Walk
1 kilometre

Kalbarri’s Beach to Bluff Trail is a 1km return walk from the beach to Red Bluff, providing opportunity to view and ponder the lives of the Nanda people who explore this section of coastline.

Beedelup Falls Loop Walk

Bush Walk
4.5 kilometres

Pack your bird field guide and head for these falls in Beedelup National Park. The 4.5 km moderately hard Beedelup Loop Walk meanders through karri forest via Karri Valley Resort and the Walk-Through-Tree.  The walk can be broken up into shorter sections.

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.

Ancient Empire Walk

Bush Walk
455 metres

The Ancient Empire walk is an easy interpretative trail located at the well-known Valley of the Giants in the Walpole-Nornalup National Park.  It meanders across the forest floor between 400-year-old red-tingle trees.  Walking into the hollows of the giant tingle trees is an experience not to be missed!

Apollo

Mountain Bike
300 metres

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

Arklow Adaptive Trail

Mountain Bike
9.2 kilometres

Arklow Adaptive is a 9.2 km, hand cycle friendly green loop, in the Arklow Network near Collie, just two hours south of Perth.

10th Light Horse Bridle Trail

Cycle
45.5 kilometres

The 10th Light Horse Trail is 45.5 km long, starting on the west side of the Harvey River Bridge, on Lake Clifton Road (formerly Old Bunbury Road.) and ending at the junction of Runnymede and Wellesley Roads in Binningup. It has a mainly flat limestone surface with large sandy firebreaks and no significant hills. It should take two days at a leisurely pace on horseback.