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17 days ago

It's probably come along way since it was a rubbish tip but I would not recommend this walk. Overgrown with weeds and had to focus on not walking on doggy land mines constantly. Very few views of the water and birdife too.

trail running
1 month ago

Hilly, probably more of a moderate level.

Lots of spiderwebs on narrow trail makes this nice track less fun for trail runners.

Well signed posted and great views. Only complaint is that it doesn’t open till 8am which is too late to start walking to beat the heat. I walked this path anticlockwise and so glad I did.

3 months ago

Good trail. Had some challenging parts. Really long rocky hill. Now I’m well trained for other hills like this one.

Rated as moderate, however some sections hard. I think it would be about 3km of soft sand at the end of the track followed by a steep rocky climb to the top. Worth every step, the scenery & geology was amazing. Bird life good too, saw black swans, pelicans, rainbow bee-eaters, grebes & little robins. Start the walk at first light as it gets very hot. A great walk

Stunning day and the wildflowers were in full bloom. Tough first half with the incline but the second half was easy peasy.

Great run technical at times

Poor signage

beautiful scenery and not very hard

did this a few years ago and would definitely recommend. at the time i was quite unathletic and found climbing down the steep bits a slight struggle, but it turned out great

this was a moderate challenge as it was raining when i did it and the rocks were slippery! definitely rewarding and a great view

An easy walk for the most part, with a couple of short rocky sections. On our visit the harbour side beach was covered in seaweed, not the most pleasant walking surface.
According to Motion X we walked 4.77 km, climbed 150 m.
By the way, it's nowhere near Middleton Beach; 24 km by Road, according to Google Maps.

Quite a steep track at the beginning
Not sure you could walk this with kids

9 months ago

Nice and steep.

9 months ago

Great scenic walk

11 months ago

Great bird walk. Lots of birds and a quaint bird lookout to view the lake.
Easy walk with some great views of lake, ducks, black swans etc.

11 months ago

We walked in an anticlockwise direction to avoid the steep descents on rocky ground. Varied track, lots of uphill and down on uneven rocky and sometimes unstable ground. It took 4 and a half hours with few stops to do the loop but I'm not fit so probably would be a bit quicker if you have experience or better fitness. Scenery is beautiful, Australian bush and views across the Avon valley from the top... Can see Perth city in the distance on the other side... Didn't see much wildlife except for a snake. Loved it.

Tuesday, March 07, 2017

A moderately difficult trail if you start from the Serpentine Falls end as it is on the uphill. If you're looking for something a bit easier then start from the other end and you will be going downhill instead. I enjoyed the walk though I think it would be a much nicer walk soon after winter so the falls are actually running.

trail running
Monday, March 06, 2017

Scenery is stunning as you cruise along.
Then you have a hard climb going up Millbrook drain.

mountain biking
Sunday, November 13, 2016

Great half day out! lots of trails for all skill levels. Although could do with some black obstacles.

Saturday, September 10, 2016

Great day and we survived some real mountain bike riding

mountain biking
Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Good for getting into mountain biking

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Love this place to ride, Woodleys, Yellow Brick and Fox make for a decent 60min ride. Make sure you go Millbrook Winnery afterwards lunch (Wed-Sat) - it's a great spot.

Wednesday, November 03, 2010

Nice work, looks great - looking forward to many more!

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