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Marmion Marine Hike is a 22.6 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Trigg, Western Australia, Australia that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible year-round.

Length 22.6 mi Elevation gain 1,036 ft Route type Out & Back
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Perth's submerged wonders The clear shallow lagoons, reefs and small islands of Marmion Marine Park are a diver's paradise, forming ledges, caves and swimthroughs inhabited by a wonderful array of fish and invertebrate species. Seabirds, whales, sea lions and other marine wildlife inhabit the lagoons, reefs and small islands of Marmion Marine Park. There is good diving and snorkelling throughout the year, depending on daily weather but remember that many sites can only be accessed in good conditions (low swell and light offshore winds). Boyinaboat Reef, just 75m from Hillarys Boat Harbour sea wall, is a popular dive site, while Mettams Pool offers safe snorkelling and diving close to shore. The reef in front of Marmion Angleing and Aquatic Club (MAAC) is an excellent dive site. The intertidal and inshore areas between Burns Beach and Iluka Beach also offer some good snorkelling and shore diving sites. You need a boat and scuba gear to explore North Lump, Wreck Rock, Cow Rocks, Whitfords Rock, Wanneroo Reef and many other submerged reefs within the marine park. The wreck of the Centaur also makes an interesting dive. Please adhere to the Department of Transport boating regulations found here For more information contact the Department of Parks and Wildlife on (08) 9303 7780.

Boating, swimming, whale watching, windsurfing, kite syrfing and kayaking are all popular activities in the park. You are welcome to fish in most areas within the marine park (those outside sanctuary zones - see map) but first check the latest size, season and bag limits (www.fish.wa.gov.au). Breathhold spearfishing can only be undertaken outside sanctuary zones and in areas at least 1800 metres off the shore. Spearfishing using compressed air is NOT permitted. Private dive charters operate for most of the year and diving instruction is available. Whale watching charters leave from Hillarys at the peak of the humpback migration, from September through to November. Fishing charters are also available from Hillarys Boat Harbour. - Scuba diving and snorkelling have claimed lives and divers should never become complacent about safe diving practices. - Swimming into caverns and under ledges can be hazardous. - Take care to avoid boat traffic and be sure to tow a dive flag.

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Mukesh KUMAR
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I walked from mullaloo beach to burns beach for 7kms one way. amazing beach view. highly recommended.

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Mukesh KUMAR
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I did walk from Sorrento Beach to Mullalo park. awesomely amazing.

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Mukesh KUMAR
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it was awesome walk but downside is smoke from vehicles. Best to come at night or very early in the morning.

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Trish McKenzie
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Really great urban hike. I parked at Trigg and walked North. I stopped at Mullaloo for breakfast and kept going to Burns Beach, then walked home as I live close by and picked up my car later. I left at sunrise and it was really pretty. Enough change in view to keep it interesting. Path is quality and you can easily do up and back in a day.

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Christopher Haikings
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Matt Hipsey
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ric hooper
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Angela Haggas
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Angela Haggas
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Angela Haggas
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Angela Haggas
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Angela Haggas
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