National Park is located in a beautiful forest location and offers many popular recreation sites and acticities.
Located off Mundaring Weir Road Fred Jacoby Park is surrounded by state forest and consists of landscaped gardens and many trees planted from around the world.
National Park is a 56ha park on the slope of Greenmount Hill, overlooking Perth
and the coastal plain.
is a small scenic picnic spot set among native trees within Beelu National Park.
John Forrest National Park was established as an A Class Reserve in 1898 and the park is home to two waterfalls that flow in winter and spring – Hovea and National Park Falls.
on 168 hectares of nature reserve, Lake Leschenaultia is the perfect spot for a
family day out in the Perth Hills. The
Lake offers canoeing, swimming, walk and cycle trails, as well as picnic, BBQ
and camping facilities.
Morgan John Morgan Reserve is located on the corner of Hardey Road and Railway Parade in Glen Forrest.
in the heart of Mundaring, the Park underwent a major redevelopment in 2016.
formal gardens and lawns are adjacent to the dam wall on the north side of
North Ledge picnic spot overlooks Helena Valley and the famous Mundaring Weir. There are picnic tables set amongst lovely Wandoo trees. There are also many flowers around the granite rocks in spring.
small roadside picnic spot is set among mixed jarrah and marri trees in Beelu
The Golden View Lookout is a small quiet picnic area located south of the Mundaring Weir, providing amazing panoramic views over Lake CY O’Connor, the Mundaring Weir and the Helena River Valley.