The Perth Hiking Guide
Featuring the Eagle View Walk, Lesmurdie Falls Bush Walk, the Araluen Botanic Garden Walks and the Kep Walk, check out the 4 hikes in the Perth Hills article for more info.
Right on the city doorstep, Kings Park offers some of Perth’s most scenic walks with the Botanic Garden Discovery Walk, Federation Walk, Law Walk, the Kokoda Track Memorial Walk, and the Bushland Nature Trail. For more on these walks, have a look at the 5 Kings Park walking trails article.
Surrounded by stunning coastline, WA offers up an incredible range of coastal walking tracks including the Cape to Cape, Yanchep National Park Ghost House Walk Trail, Silver Sands to Madora Bay, Rottnest Island Lakes Walk, and Bold Park’s Reabold Hill. Read more about these trails in 5 coastal walking tracks in WA.
With six trails – Whiteman Park’s Werriliyup Trail, Goo Lorto Trail, and Wungunga Trail, the Bells Rapid Walk Trail, Noble Falls Walk Trail, and Wandoo Heights Walking Trail – the Swan Valley has more than just wine and fresh produce to discover. Find out more in our 6 Swan Valley hiking tracks to try article.
The Bibbulmun Track
When you talk hiking in WA, there’s no trail more iconic than the Bibbulmun Track. Recognised as one of the world’s leading trails, in its totality, the Track covers 965kms with Kalamunda at one end and Albany at the other. Along the way, the Track features a range of tourism hotspots, including Mundaring Weir, the Gloucester Tree, Valley of the Giants Treetop Walk, and Mandalay Beach.