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Best trails in Western Australia

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Trying to find the best Western Australia trails? AllTrails has 458 great hiking trails, trail running trails, mountain biking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Perth, Jarrahdale or Paulls Valley, we've got you covered. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 218 easy trails in Western Australia ranging from 0.6 to 1427.8 miles and from 0 to 2,280 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!
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Map of trails in Western Australia
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#1 - Cape to Cape Track
Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park
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Length: 78.7 mi • Est. Multi-day
This legendary track spans over 76 miles from Cape Naturaliste to Cape Leeuwin. The route traverses the Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge in southwestern Australia. There is seasonal water and camping spots along the way. Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park stretches 120km from Bunker Bay in the north to Augusta in the south. The Leeuwin-Naturaliste ridge, a geological formation of ancient granite capped by limestones and sand dunes runs for the length of the park. This ridge accounts for some of the features for which the area is best known. Rugged sea cliffs, windswept granite headlands, and formations such as Canal Rocks and Sugarloaf Rock dominate the coastline, interspersed by curving beaches, sheltered bays and long, rocky shorelines. On the northern shores of Cape Naturaliste, a series of quiet bays lead to the Cape. Protected from the prevailing south-westerly winds, these areas are popular for swimming, fishing or beachcombing. Surfing is also popular at many well-known breaks on the western coast, such as Smiths Beach and Yallingup. Coastal walk trails and steps down sand dunes have been provided at many places to help prevent erosion. This walk focuses on the northern section of the park, and is designed for people exploring the park from the nearby towns of Busselton, Dunsborough and Yallingup.Show more
#2 - Rocky Pool Walk
Kalamunda National Park
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Length: 2.9 mi • Est. 1 h 10 m
A pleasant walk through the Kalamunda valleys. Some steep sections will test your balance skills but the beautiful rocky pools and turquoise clay pit lake make it all worthwhile. Show more
#3 - Wungong Gorge Walk
Kalamunda National Park
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Length: 7.8 mi • Est. 3 h 8 m
This route can get quite steep and rocky, so consider going elsewhere if it's wet. Trekking boots are recommended. This signage isn't great, so make sure to download a map ahead of time. Although a forested area, there are long sunny stretches, so bring sunscreen.Show more
#4 - Bells Rapid Loop
Walyunga National Park
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Length: 4.7 mi • Est. 2 h 33 m
This trail can get quite steep and rocky at points so be prepared. There isn't the best signage so make sure to download the track before heading out!Show more
#5 - Zamia Trail
Bold Park
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Length: 3.1 mi • Est. 1 h 33 m
Zamia Trail is the longest of the walk trails around Bold Park in Floreat. You'll walk through a very natural bush setting with occasional views of the ocean and the city. The wide trail is family friendly although there are a few hilly sections. Why not visit the park early one morning to experience the bushland alive with birdlife. Or visit at dusk to discover bats and possums? Bold Park also boasts a spectacular array of wildflowers for you to enjoy throughout the year, particularly in spring. Restoration planting using local, indigenous plants enhances the existing flora which features banksias, wattles, quandongs and other limestone loving plants such as the Cockies Tongue. Over 80 species of birds, brushtail possums, bats, frogs, and reptiles including geckos, lizards, skinks and snakes also inhabit the area. Walking and horse trails dissect this beautiful park and suit various fitness levels. Show more
#6 - Red Hill via Eagle View Track
John Forrest National Park
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Length: 9.7 mi • Est. 4 h 52 m
#7 - Ghosthouse Trail
Yanchep National Park
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Length: 7.3 mi • Est. 3 h 20 m
Note: As of July 2020; you can walk half the trail as an out and back. Due to Dec '19's fires, the peat underneath the swamp-like vegetation is still smoldering. A pleasant walk with changing scenery and terrain. Well defined path and adequate signage. The trail is mostly flat with a few rocky slopes. Half of the trail is very pretty with heaps of greenery around the swamp and the other half is a lot more rocky with more bush. There is also a spot to camp on trail if you wanted to do that too. Show more
#8 - Serpentine Falls via Kitty's Gorge
Serpentine National Park
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Length: 9.3 mi • Est. 4 h 34 m
#9 - Whistlepipe Gully Walk
Mundy Regional Park
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Length: 2.4 mi • Est. 58 m
#10 - Lesmurdie Falls
Lesmurdie Falls National Park
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Length: 1.4 mi • Est. 45 m
Lesmurdie Falls located in the Lesmurdie Falls National Park in the hills east of Perth, are one of the more spectacular waterfalls on the Darling Range escarpment. Commencing at the top, this short 2 kilometre walk circuit meanders down to the base of the falls, up close to the lush vegetation, and is quite unique for the Perth area. The walk trail starts on the top of the falls where Lesmurdie brook tumbles over the Darling Range Escarpment. Walking down the hill, it follows the brook until it reaches a bridge at the top of the falls. Stand at the top and look over the fall of water. The trail continues down to the picnic area at the base of the hills. From here there is a trail that leads to the base of the falls. This is more like a waterfall in New Zealand than in Perth. The lush vegetation grows where the bubbling brook hits the base of the waterfall. The climb up the hill to return to the car park is steep but short. Enjoy morning tea or lunch in the near by Kalamunda Village. Show more
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