Gloucester Route

There is something very captivating about the 10km Gloucester Route trail in Pemberton, WA! This trail loops through towering Karri forest and leads you over hills, down gullies, across moss covered bridges and past hidden waterfalls. Following the black markers from the Gloucester Tree, the first (and last) section of this hike utilises the Bibbulmun […]

Mt Hassell

The Stirling Ranges are definitely one of my favourite places to explore in the South West of WA! At 847m ASL, Mt Hassell is one of the smaller peaks of the Stirlings, which makes it a great candidate as a beginners or even family friendly hike. The Mt Hassell trail is quite open, easy to […]

Mt Toolbrunup

Mt Toolbrunup is not for the faint hearted! At 1052m above sea level it is the second highest peak in the Stirling Ranges and makes for an excellent hiking challenge! This 4km/4hr trail commences by taking you through quaint woodlands aside a creek. The sound of the trickling water is a nice distraction from the […]

Peak Head

As the weather starts to heat up it’s a great time to try out some of WA’s coastal trails such as Peak Head in Albany, Western Australia. Peak Head is the Torndirrup Peninsula’s southernmost peak and is a steep and rugged 4.3km/2hr return trail. The trail starts by leading you downhill on a sandy track […]

Bald Head Walk Trail

The Bald Head Trail in Torndirrup National Park is a ruggedly spectacular 12.5km hike and is exceptionally scenic! The trail traverses along the ridge-line of Flinders Peninsula and offers fantastic views of the Southern Ocean and King George Sound. The trail is made up of a combination of boardwalks, limestone paths, sandy walk ways and […]

Victoria Reservoir Walk

The Victoria Reservoir Walk is a 6km historic loop around the old and new Victoria Dam in Korung National Park. The first 800m of this trail is along a bitumen road and is a little dull, so take this as an opportunity to warm up those legs. As you reach the car park and the […]

Helena Pipehead Walk

The Helena Pipehead Walk is a moderately easy 5.2km hike through Kalamunda National Park. The trail follows the pipeline past the picturesque Helena Pipehead Dam, up some steep, but short rocky hills to stunning sweeping views of Piesse Brook. Granite boulders and Wandoo woodlands are a real lovely feature of this Perth trail. The trail […]

Stacey’s Loop

Stacey’s Loop is a delightful 2km family friendly trail in Serpentine National Park. This short but sweet trail winds through jarrah forest filled with fallen hollowed trees, bracken ferns and grass trees. The fallen trees are perfect for kids to climb and explore and definitely ignite their sense of adventure!  The trail head is on […]

Railway Reserves Heritage Trail

The historic 𝗥𝗮𝗶𝗹𝘄𝗮𝘆 𝗥𝗲𝘀𝗲𝗿𝘃𝗲𝘀 𝗛𝗲𝗿𝗶𝘁𝗮𝗴𝗲 𝗧𝗿𝗮𝗶𝗹 follows the route of the old Eastern Railway. Passing through quaint Perth Hills communities such as Darlington, Glen Forrest, Parkerville and Sawyers Valley you will discover the individual history, story and character of the settlements that sprung up along the line in the late 1800s. With scenic views and […]

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