Australia’s world class long-distance walk trail the Bibbulmun Track stretches
almost 1000km. Passing through the Mundaring Weir precinct, the Track continues
on to Albany through some of the most beautiful and varied natural areas of
Australia’s South West.
Do you like the idea of cycling in the Perth Hills but prefer going down hill rather than up? Well, now you can enjoy the experience of riding the trails of Perth Hills without putting in the ‘hard yards’ by hiring an electric bike!
Starting at the Perth Hills Discovery Centre, enjoy a 4.7km walk through picturesque jarrah forest where native wildflowers abound in spring. The trail Includes a lookout with a magnificent view over Mundaring Weir. A section of this trail coincides with the Bibbulmun Track.
Christmas Tree Creek Walk in John Forrest National Park provides the opportunity to explore a section of Eagle View Walk Trail, before cutting through the middle of the park to create a shorter walk option.
This short walk guides you through the central part of Darlington Village taking in a number of early buildings and sites of what originally started as a vineyard in the 1880’s by Alfred Waylen.
View Walk Trail is a 15km loop trail located within John Forrest National Park,
the oldest national park in Western Australia. The trail is a bushwalker’s
delight, covering a variety of relatively pristine habitats.
Follow My Ride is a website dedicated to
cycling the rail trails of the South West of WA. It covers many rail trails in
the Mundaring area, including the Railway Reserves Heritage Trail, the KEP Track
and the Munda Biddi Trail.
45km from Perth, the Forsyths Mill Mountain Bike Track is a single track
mountain bike trail. It is maintained by Department of Parks and Wildlife,
providing a great place for both professionals and beginners.
National Trust invites you to explore the great outdoors on Perths doorstep,
and learn about CY O’Connor’s pipeline at the same time. Ride, cycle or walk
the 75km Kep Track, or sections of it, from Mundaring Weir to Northam.
A new 12km mountain bike trail network is open at Lake Leschenaultia, including 9 trails spanning 540m to 1.9km and ranging in difficulty from basic to intermediate. The trails have been carefully designed to consider dieback mitigation, avoid native fauna habitats and to leave a minimal trail tread footprint.
or cycle 3km around the Lake perimeter to view a range of native trees like
marri and wandoo, together with an abundance of bird life including ducks,
geese, herons and swamp hens.
Starting from Sculpture Park in Mundaring, the Munda Biddi Trail stretches over 1000 kilometres to Albany on the south coast of Western Australia. There are purpose-built campsites along the Trail to accommodate cyclists.
This self-guided walk, starting and ending in Sculpture Park, takes you around the town site of Mundaring and highlights some of the historic buildings of the area.
Take a heritage walk around historic Parkerville. Gazetted in 1895, Parkerville came about because of the Eastern Railway. It had a pub, quarries, stores, a hall and school.
one hour from Perth, Paruna Wildlife Sanctuary is open for bushwalking from
April to October. Paruna
is one of a number of sanctuaries managed by the Australian Wildlife Conservancy (AWC)
for the protection of native wildlife and their habitats.
The 3.5km Portagabra Track starts in Fred Jacoby Park within the Beelu National Park. The walk features beautiful wildflowers (seasonal) and is suitable for all skill levels.
This popular walking, cycling and horse riding trail begins its journey at Bellevue, forming a unique 41 km loop at Mount Helena, before extending to Wooroloo Reserve.
The Goat Farm is the only purpose built mountain bike park in Western Australia. It has several downhill tracks and is a great place to improve your mountain bike skills
Weir View Walk is a 1.2km loop trail that starts and ends at the Perth Hills
Discovery Centre. Walkers will journey to a viewing platform overlooking the
Mundaring Weir. This is a pleasant and scenic 20-30 minute