Explore the most popular hiking 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.

Kings Park is always beautiful. Finding path names is a little difficult, they are also not included on KP maps. For some reason the app sent us the wrong way so we ended our last leg of the walk quite differently to the listed walk. A note on this to find Boomerang path is to walk below (around) the kids playground.
look for parking Park Ave, Forrest Drive.

Beautiful scenery very busy at the start but once we’d walked about 1km we hardly saw anyone as most people just seem to stay near the carparks next to the river. Signage is almost non-existent so having your phone to check navigation is a must.

hiking
5 days ago

Fantastic track with excellent markings. Took me three and a half hours. Some slippery and muddy bits plus a shoes off creek crossing but a really beautiful walk.

walking
5 days ago

Lovely location, in a few parts there’s water to cross, so bring the correct footwear. Not hard but a few hills I had to carry my 2 year old up. Worth the trip.

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!

walking
7 days ago

Lovely walk and great scenery. Moderate inclines not too strenuous. Took just over two hours at a leisurely pace from start to finish. Will definitely go back in near future.

Beautiful overlooking the ocean

trail running
11 days ago

Well marked out trail. Get some great views over to Perth.

trail running
11 days ago

Great views of the gorge, but get prepared for some serious hills to climb.

on Lesmurdie Falls

12 days ago

After all of the rain we have had the waterfall was beautiful! Some gorgeous wildflowers were starting to show their colours. Definitely recommend this walk after rainfall!

lovely views in winter!

I completed the Gully Trail. Was a great walk. Views were worth the walk. A must for anyone who enjoys a challenge.

Stunning gorge - need 4 days to really explore it. Do t be fooled by the distance. This is an adventure. There is one permanent water hole near elbow. Finger five was our favourite.

hiking
17 days ago

A pleasant hike. Start in the AM, definatly not recommended attempting in the dark as a few sketchy cliffs and loose rocks.
Official recommendations is 6 hours return, we managed a leisurely 4 hours with plenty of photo breaks and a lunch stop at the summit.
The path is decently posted but no signage showing the 3 sections of the seperate trails so it increases from class 2 to class 5 without much warning.
Not overally strenuous or steep but a few scrambles and a particularly precarious chain handrail to navigate.
Wear sunscreen, hat and take the recommended amount of water. It can be a fair bit cooler at the summit in comparison to the Pilbara heat so take an extra layer.
Definatly a worthwhile activity while in Karijini

There are a couple of places that need creativity to get over some streams but otherwise a good, well signposted trail.

hiking
20 days ago

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

our first hike beautiful countryside

26 days ago

Hard on the legs but a good workout

A bit of a climb but other than that some nice views.

Short walk but stunning views

Beautiful scenery but just too busy

Nice view but don’t walk this one alone. Lots of kangeroos and wear longs .... lots of prickly bushes.

Love this hike. I do it at least one a month for the last 2 years. In July and August the flowers are amazing. When finished you can have a coffee at the coffee shop or a beer at the club.

Beautiful trail to walk-in all conditions.

28 days ago

Love this walk, feels like you are in the bush rather than the city. it is possible to connect this walk with City Beach if you want to extend to a 1okm walk.

hiking
29 days ago

Amazing views along the track!
Alot of climbs along the track but absolutely worth it!

**Note:You do need to pay for the entry in advance!

hiking
1 month ago

What an amazing walk. This is a privilege to walk. Access gate with code no problems. Trail markers best we have come across to date within WA. Well looked after and maintained. Over a 1000 steps staggered throughout entire length so little difficult on problematic knees- strap in advance good idea to assist discomfort, but worth it. Well placed bench seats and viewing platforms allowing rest stops taking in the majesty of this incredibly diverse natural landscape. Stunning!!! Time - allow more than u think. We normally bush walk between 4-6kms an hour (7-8 road/ flat) we did 15kms today including all the xtras. Wet weather slowed us also. 5hrs 20mins. But the views amazing u can’t help but stop and smell the roses. Hope this info helps

Great half day hike, I hiked from Jarrahdale ( In front of the cemetery) to Serpentine falls. well signed and nice views.
Recommend doing it this way as it saves you paying for entry to the falls ($15pp).

Thanks for this app being available. Track very popular, quite a few people but great set up. Took my 4 & 7 year old. Quite a few steps to begin with but glad it was at the start. A few look outs to take a break. The only downside would be the graffiti and lots of rubbish at the quarry part, very disappointing.

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