• Bigurda Trail (Kalbarri National Park)

    August 28, 2016
  • Talyuberlup Peak (Stirling Range National Park)

    April 9, 2016
  • Toolbrunup Peak (Stirling Range National Park)

    April 24, 2016
  • Eagle View Walk Trail (John Forrest National Park)

    July 23, 2016
  • Meelup Trail (Meelup Regional Park)

    January 16, 2016
  • Bald Head Walk Trail (Torndirrup National Park)

    February 27, 2016
  • Numbat Track (Paruna Wildlife Sanctuary)

    June 26, 2016
  • Grand Canyon Walk (Blue Mountains National Park)

    July 6, 2015
  • Bibbulmun Track (WA) - Giants to Frankland River

    December 29, 2015
  • Bibbulmun Track (WA) - Boat Harbour to Peaceful Bay

    May 31, 2015

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Wednesday, 21 September 2016

Bibbulmun Track (WA) - Powerline Rd to Wearne Rd

A long, flat day walk on the Bibbulmun Track, this double hut section of the track takes walkers from Powerline Rd after Mt Cooke through to the Albany Hwy crossing at North Bannister via Nerang and Gringer Creek huts. Lacking elevation change and views, the dullness of the section is made worse by the fact it is recovering from the effects of an out of control controlled burn. Definitely one of the lesser stretches of the Track.

Sunday, 11 September 2016

Bibbulmun Track (WA) - Waalegh to Perth Hills Discovery Centre

The second day of an overnight hike on the Bibbulmun Track, this 21.3 km double hut section of the track takes walkers from Waalegh to the Perth Hills Discovery Centre via Helena and Ball Creek. Though continuously hilly, walkers are rewarded by some of the most spectacular valley views in the Darling Scarp section of the track. With beautiful Granite formations, creeks and a small waterfall, this is one of the Bibbulmun's best.

Saturday, 10 September 2016

Bibbulmun Track (WA) - Dale Rd to Waalegh

The first day of an overnight hike on the Bibbulmun Track, this 17.9 km double hut section of the track takes walkers from Dale Rd to Waalegh campsite via Beraking. After starting in Jarrah and Wandoo forests and passing a Pine plantation on the way to Beraking, the views become increasingly stunning. With expansive views across the Helena Valley, Waalegh is one of the track's most spectacular campsites - a great reward for the day's walking. 

Sunday, 4 September 2016

Mt Matilda Trail (Mt Matilda Nature Reserve)

One of the Wheatbelt's Top Trails and a short 30 minute drive from New Norcia, the Mt Matilda Trail loops across a flat topped mesa. A botanical island in a sea of farmland, the trail takes walkers through numerous micro-environments that show off the incredible biodiversity of the region's original vegetation. With plentiful stands of rare Eucalypt species and wildflower blooms, Mt Matilda is a good Springtime day trip from Perth

Saturday, 3 September 2016

Bells Rapids Walk Trail (Bells Rapids Reserve)

One of Perth's best dog friendly walks, the Bells Rapids Walk Trail takes walkers alongside a series of iconic rapids famed for being part of the Avon Descent. A 5.5 kilometre loop, the trail follows the river downstream before ascending up the valley slopes to provide sweeping view of the river below. Featuring views of interesting granite formations and even a waterfall, this is an ideal walk to undertake with four legged friends

Sunday, 28 August 2016

Pinnacles Desert View Trail (Nambung National Park)

A very short but excellent walk in the Pinnacles Desert, the Desert View Trail takes walkers through one of Western Australia's most iconic and unusual landscapes. Looping through the numerous limestone formations of the Pinnacles, the walk's gentle gradient offers walkers a more immersive perspective than the Pinnacles Drive. A convenient day trip from Perth, this walk is suitable for most levels of experience .

Lesueur & Gardner Trails (Lesueur National Park)

Combining the Lesueur and Gardner Trails, this walk is a botanical tour of Leseuer National Park - one of the greatest wildflower parks in Australia. Heading through Kwongan heathland up the short Mt Lesueur along the Lesueur Trail before looping around the Gardner Trail's circuit, this walk is filled with a brilliant display of wildflowers at every turn. A gift of WA's brilliant biodiversity, this is a must do during wildflower season.