Looking for a great trail in Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, Western Australia? AllTrails has 11 great hiking trails, views trails, walking 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. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 7 easy trails in Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park ranging from 1.1 to 5.2 miles and from 19 to 357 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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The first half is all beach so don’t bother with boots till you start to climb

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bugs
1 month ago

Beautiful hike along the coast line - shame we couldn’t enjoy the view because we were getting swarmed by flies the whole time. Don’t do this hike without a fly net over your face, which you can buy from the lighthouse entrance, close to the trailhead

A nice trail. We planned on doing the full 7km but started too late and decided to move on further south. We did the $5 walk out to the lighthouse too. Lots of sand which makes it a little harder going. We stopped a lot for photos and to watch the whales which is why it took so long

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3 months ago

Took us around 2 hours with a lot of stops for photos and whale watching.Very easy walk with some tricky stones areas, just wear proper shoes runners etc Beautiful views and worth a look.Lots of whales!!!

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rocky
3 months ago

If you only do one section of the Cape to Cape, this should be it. Great views up and down the coast, and in the later part, a gentle bushwalk through the massive Karri forest. A pretty easy walk without too many challenges apart from one or two very steep sections.

Today we walked the section of the the Cape to Cape from Smith's Beach to Moses Rock. This is quite a challenging section with some steep climbs and descents and a couple of sets of stairs. Watch out for the signage as you come out onto the 4WD track just before you get to Quinninup Beach if travelling South. It's not very clear that you need to turn right onto the track as there's a walking trail that goes straight on. Fortunately Alltrails soon put us back on track. There are some great coastal views on this section and a great view of Canal Rocks. A couple of stretches of beach walking also.

Walked the section from Cape Naturaliste to Smith's Beach. Spectacular ocean views, and at this time of year, plenty of wildflowers and native shrubs in bloom and numerous opportunities for whale watching.

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5 months ago

This hike is super fun to do. We've done it many times with the kids. They have done a lot of maintenance on it and it is not as muddy as it used to be. Still pretty muddy at times during the winter. The waterfall only flows during winter and spring months so that is really the only smart time to do this hike. But watch out for snakes.

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rocky
6 months ago

This was a great trail. It was very sandy in parts and from Yallingup Beach the hike uphill was quite tough, but the views were spectacular. Very scenic trail.

Completed Cape to Cape in 2016 with my husband and 2 son's (5 and 6 years of age). Took us 8 days as the youngest set the pace. We enjoyed it that much we have decided to hike the trail again this October but from Dunsborough town centre to Augusta town centre.

Great hike which we completed in 4 days. The beach sections are tough going but the scenery along the way is amazing. We did cape Naturaliste to Moses rock day 1 (32k), Moses rock to restate beach day 2 (46k!), redgate to Hamelin bay day 3 (30k) and Hamelin bay to Cape Leeuwin day 4 (26k).

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over grown
7 months ago

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no shade
8 months ago

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

We walked Cape Leeuwin to Cape Naturalist. Everyday had a different challenge. Found it hard and rewarding. Mosses to Ducksworth was tough. long treck with no affordable alternative accommodation and very little access to water.

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bugs
10 months ago

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rocky
11 months ago

Great trails with big jumps too. You sure need some jumping skills to get around the hard trails. if you are a beginner, I suggest you start with easy bits before attempting the hard areas.

Beautiful overlooking the ocean

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

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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20 days ago

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