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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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.


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 trail to return to the car park.


Mountain Bike
1.2 kilometres

A rocky all mountain ascent.


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

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

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.