Explore the most popular no dogs trails in Western Australia with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Magic place

Beautiful easy little trail to do in the peak of winter! In summer you don't even realise you are following a lovely river. in winter you hear the water running!

Excellent trail woth amazing views. Even better during the wintet months.

great track! beautiful views and easy signed

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A great drive, carry plenty of water, fuel and food, experienced driver if doing it alone, but best with a convoy. Heaps of camping locations along the track. Best to deflate tyres to 20-25psi due to rocks, tree roots and sandy locations. Some long/deep bog holes in the wetter months, chicken tracks offer a safe passage around.

And superbly maintained by volunteers. A superb walk

track has dried up nicely, lots of roos and wallabies plus an unidentified black snake today.

This is a wonderful bushwalk! So excited to have finally found the cave.
It was a hit day, son it was tough. Highly enjoyable though.

Probably not very hard if you were to take your time. I completed the hike in under 3.5hours and found it challenging to do so. Great hike though!

Easy bush walking, kids will enjoy it as well. Recommend

Easy enough 4-5 hour walk. Hard is an exaggeration.

Friday, August 04, 2017

a bit of a workout, but a manageable, fun hike! don't go the 'alternate' route or path you may see at the peak, this leads to the middle of nowhere. literally

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Sunday, July 02, 2017

Nice half to three quarter day walk

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Saturday, May 13, 2017

Great walk

Amazing! the walk on the sand is pretty hatd but gift to you a lot of emotions!

So beautiful and really not that difficult

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Monday, October 17, 2016

Great hike around and over Mt. Cooke in a loop.
Full loop Distance 11km
Moderate to Easy - but caution on the open Granite rock face if WET is very SLIPPERY
Parked cars on gravel road close to base, then walked northerly direction back along the same gravel road that we drove in on and then further around the base to the Bibulmun Track Hut, then followed then Bibulmun Track up and over Mt Cooke and down along the Bibulmun Track to the gravel road to the parked cars.

Saturday, April 23, 2011

We visited the area as part of the Cape to Cape Hike. We started with the Meelup Trail and thought that Bunker Bay was the prettiest beach ever... until we got to Smith's Beach. Wow - what a gorgeous place to visit. Sugarloaf was also very pretty in the late afternoon. I think the only thing prettier than the Northern section of this coastline is the Southern section - check out the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park - Augusta and Boranup guide (which should show on the Nearby Guides section).

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