Discover the many multi-day bushwalk trails in Western Australia's parks. Trails like the Bibbumun Track, Cape to Cape, Mamang, Hakea, Wiilman Bilya, Yonga and Coastal Plains are overnight or longer. 

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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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Trails in WA Parks

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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.


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, 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

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.


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.