Western Australia


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15 km return
4 hrs

10 Mile Brook Trail

10 Mile Brook Trail is a pleasant walk or cycle out to 10 Mile Brook Dam, named after the tiny brook that was dammed in the mid-1990s to create a new supply of water for the quickly growing Margaret River and other townships.

1000 km
77 days

Bibbulum Track

This is a walk in planning for mid 2012 and I am looking for up to 3 walking partners. The pace will be gentle (I will be 57yo by then)and I have walked only 120km of the Alpine Track (Main Range and Jagungal)as experience. I am cautious in my expectations and will be well prepared. I am not, however, trying to break any records. I prefer people who are flexible in their attitudes, easy going, able to laugh at themselves and also able to leave any gung-ho male bravado at home!

135 km one-way
6 days

Cape to Cape Track

The track runs between the lighthouses of Cape Naturaliste and Cape Leeuwin. 135km. End to End 5-7 days. Hike all year round. Best time to hike Spring.

4.4 km return
2 hrs

Castle Rock and the Granite Skywalk

A nice steady ascent to Castle Rock followed by a scramble up to the skywalk perched high on the top of the rock formation.

16 km return
5 hrs

Greenbushes Loop

Located 2.5 hours south of Perth on the South West Highway, the Greenbushes Loop is a rewarding 16km trail (4-6 hours approx) that is worth checking out on your next trip to the area. Setting off from the Greenbushes Discovery Centre in the heart of town, the trail visits several historic town sites such as Schwenke's Dam, remnant of the old Vultan Tin Mine and Mt Jones Dam.

Included on the loop is a section of the world famous Bibbulmun Track that takes in the beautiful forest and sweeping views of the Blackwood farming valley. After leaving the Bibbulmun Track, the trail makes its way back to the town of Greenbushes where you can reward yourself with a tasty treat from the cake shop or a well earned drink from one of the two pubs in town. This trail won’t disappoint and is well worth the detour if you are planning a holiday in the South West.

10 km return
4 hrs

Kalbarri Loop Walk

Starting at the iconic Natures Window, follow the loop anticlockwise over the ridge, then into the gorge along the Murchison River. Monkey your way across some spots and keep an eye out for white markers to keep you on route.

The terrain is a mixture of rock, dirt and sand - you will get it all.

BRING PLENTY OF WATER EVEN IN WINTER. The rocks in the gorge emit so much heat even in mid-winter so ensure you bring more water than you think!!! I can't imagine doing this in the summer.

Bring swimmers for the many dip spots along the way.

7 km return
3 hrs

Marmabup Rock Summit via the Devils Slide

A scenic loop that connects Hayward Peak and Nancy Peak with a bonus side trail to Marmabup Rock (the highest point in the Porongurup Ranges) via the Devils Slide track.

Very Hard
40 km return
9 hrs

Monadnocks & Mt Cooke loop

A long day walk along the Darling Ranges section of the Bibbulman Track, the route combines Mount Cuthbert and Mount Vincent (Sullivans Rock to Monadnocks) as well as Mount Cooke, the highest point of the Darling Scarp. It avoids backtracking by utilising the Bibbulman Track and surrounding 4WD roads.

7.6 km return
2 hrs

Ngank Wen Bidi

The western end of the Island is a marine wildlife haven! New Zealand fur seals can be seen from the viewing platform at Cathedral Rocks and the West End boardwalk is a great place to spot dolphins, and the seasonal migration of humpback whales! The loop circumnavigates the entire West End, guiding you along some of the most remote trail on the Island. The views from the south coast span back to the mainland and all the way to Garden Island. Along the north coast you will encounter bays that may well become your new favourite Rottnest bay! You will not be disappointed.

14 km one-way
4 hrs

Rails to Trails Cowaramup to Margaret River

The trail was once a part of the old railway network that was built during the timber boom. The trail begins or ends (depending where you start) at Cowaramup and finishes at Margaret River. Approximately 13.5km of trail has been developed as a multi-use trail for walking, cycling and horse riding. The trail is wide enough for two horses to walk comfortably side by side. The trail follows the alignment of the Discontinued Busselton-Flinders Bay Railway line

Along the 5 kilometres north of Margaret River there are numerous bridges crossing a major river and creeks and streams of varying sizes. The trail is easy to navigate with picnic areas along the way. The spectacular birdlife includes yellow robins, parrots and blue wrens and the wildflowers are stunning in Spring (September to December). As it was a railway, the gradient is relatively flat, and the terrain is generally gentle.