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Love it lots of places to see like cabins, mines, and plenty of areas to fish, camp

hiking
no shade
19 hours ago

Exellent trail for 7days backpacking. Well marked, great combination of coastal sandy beach walk and bush walk.

hiking
rocky
scramble
19 hours ago

Did this trail with teenage kids today in glorious late autumn sunshine. The 'west' part of the trail is a little more challenging than the saddleback and branding yard part but it was fine for anyone with moderate fitness. The kids loved the rocky scramble parts. A great walk not too far from Geelong.

19 hours ago

rework in progress will make it gentler on older knees, but will lose some of its character. May 2019

I recommend going clockwise. I went the other way and found it was a bit steep going up. otherwise I lovely walk. I forgot to pressed start at the start of the trail. I saw a kookaburra, two lyerbirds and a fox while on the trail. their isnt many places to take a rest. luckily I had a small towl with me so I sat down mutiple times to rest on that. bring your own water

20 hours ago

Well worth a look.

basic jolly lookout has bbqs and toilets im getting my fitness up

hiking
21 hours ago

Great walk

Walked this relatively easy track in Autumn. River almost dry so not a lot to see, very few birds around. Also some narrow parts of track with steep sides so wouldn't recommend walk for young children under 8. An enjoyable walk though.

hiking
21 hours ago

It’s def not easy as said on the reviews. A few steep climbs not suitable for children. A good workout though

i started the app at the half way point on the neerabup freeway underpass. love this lil trek. some nice inclines, lovely breeze, easy and smooth limestome path. the underpass is pretty much half way if you wanted to carry on to the hester ave point. or carry on all the way to yanchep

hiking
rocky
22 hours ago

Great track nice easy walk .... good for kids as it is relatively flat.

Great walk. Some areas were hard to navigate due to missing signage and app needed to be constantly closed and reopened to identify where we were on the map .. it didn't 'follow us'... so we endured up walking just over 15kms. Challenging and enjoyable walk!

hiking
23 hours ago

Nice walk,mainly through forest with gravel tracks,not very well sign posted though, GPS signal was lost half way. The gravel path was a little slippery up and down hill. Saw some bird life, (black cockatoos).

Definitely one of the beat day hikes close to Perth

hiking
1 day ago

Nice easy track with views of the rugged coast and Murray’s Beach. Can be extended by using Peppermint Creek Track and walking along the coast incorporating Hole in the Wall and back to the Murrays beach car park, in low tide only.

hiking
1 day ago

A nice easy walk with beautiful beach and views. Part of a larger walk that encompasses a greater, more diverse area of Governors Head including Hole in the Wall beach.

Relaxing walk with some beautiful scenery. Stunning river and fern sections with some epic trees. Overall fairly easy but very chill.

walking
1 day ago

Would say trail was easy-moderate. Mountain bikers are friendly enough so felt at ease sharing the trail with riders. Pretty decent track

Great out and back, go up Mt Solitary first and see if you have time to do Ruined Castle before taking on the Golden Staircase. Road to the carpark is fine for most 2WDs, many were parked there. Maybe be cautious after rain taking a 2WD down.

Great little trail, the dog loved it too.

Good length and beautiful views.

A must do!

By far the best views from a mountain summit

im a beginner has some slight undulations from the carpark you have stairs to go down and what goes down must go up a nice stroll and saw no rubbish big plus

hiking
rocky
scramble
1 day ago

Great little climb. Some climbing involved near the top but amazing views once you get there. Awesome!!

Amazing views, lookout is perfection, pearl beach is definitely worth the hike.

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