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WA Trails

Western Australia is a state full of unique experiences and incredible natural beauty. Heading out into nature and exploring our natural wonders is so fulfilling. There is something to explore just around the corner no matter where you are in the state! Pull on your hiking boots, jump on your bike or launch a kayak - it doesn't matter how you do it, just get out there.

We have brought together a number of hand picked trails and resources throughout the state to help you explore the wonderful trails throughout the state.

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The Munda Biddi Trail is Australia's premier long-distance off-road cycling trail, stretching 1060km from Mundaring in the Perth Hills to Albany. The trail passes through the magnificent scenery of Australia's South West including beautiful river valleys and the ancient forests. The trail uses a network for tracks, firebreaks and disused railway formations and is suitable for cyclists of all ages and experience levels.


The Public Silo trail is Australia's largest art trail, displaying 6 towering silo murals and many wall murals across regional Western Australia. The trail invites visitors to venture into the lesser known areas of the state and discover the towns, people and agricultural landscapes of rural WA and the wheat belt including Northam, Ravensthorpe, Merredin, Albany, Newdegate and Pingrup.


The Bibbulmun track is a world class long distant walking trail stretching 1000km from the Perth Hills to Albany. The track is managed by the Bibbulmun Foundation, who are running a number of Bibbulmun Track Experiences throughout October. 


Get the whole family out on the Bibbulmun Track with our Camp Cooking for Kids events.
When: Tuesday 8th October 09:30 (Session A) and 12:30 (Session B)
Where: Mundaring Weir (1hr drive from Perth)
Details: Starting with a 2km walk (4km return) to a typical Track campsite, children will learn camp cooking through hands-on experience in a beautiful bush setting.
All you need to bring are refreshments, snacks for kids and lunch for adults. Includes ingredients for cooking and experienced guides.


Experience the Bibbulmun Track with the whole family and meet some of the friendly native creatures from Kanyana Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre.
When: 26th October 2019 3:30pm to 6:45pm.
Where: Near Mundaring Weir (1 hour drive from Perth).
Details: Walk 2km to a typical Bibbulmun Track campsite to meet the friendly native creatures from Kanyana Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre. This is ideal for kids 5 – 12 years. You'll get to watch their faces light up as they interact and learn about our native animals before returning by following the Waugal trail markers at dusk.


Come and learn about the many wildflowers in bloom on a guided walk near Kalamunda this spring on an 8 km guided walk among the beautiful wildflowers along the Bibbulmun Track. The foundation's guides will assist you to identify the stunning flora along the way. A copy of Wildflowers of the Northern Bibbulmun Track and Jarrah Forests is included.
When: Sunday 6th October 2019 at 8:30am to 1:30pm
Where: near Kalamunda (30 minutes drive from Perth)


Two fantastic adventures wrapped up in one weekend! Here at the Bibbulmun Track this event has become a favourite, not only is it a wonderful walking and paddling weekend, you'll also get to see a fantastic array of wildflowers as a bonus. Enjoy a rewarding 14 km walk on the Track with your day pack, take some time to take in the local attractions in Dwellingup including a fascinating tour of the historic Marrinup POW camp before a tranquil paddle down the Murray River.
When: Friday 18th October 2019, 3:45pm to Sunday 20th October 2019, 5:30pm
Where: Dwellingup (Transport from Murdoch Park'n'Ride Train Station)
Includes: Two nights accommodation in town with late check out, two continental breakfasts (other meals not included, Friday night briefing is at the local cafe where we can have dinner), guided POW tour, experienced guides, canoe equipment and instruction. Return transport has been organised from Murdoch Park’n’Ride rail terminal as well as all transfers over the weekend.


Walk with us on this 18km return walk from Sand Patch to Mutton Bird Campsite near Albany. The Track follows the spectacular coastline between the rugged cliffs and the majestic wind turbines.
A trained Foundation volunteer guide will lead the group to Mutton Bird Campsite where we will break for lunch. Bring your camera as there are sure to be many orchids and wildflowers on display.
When: Sunday 6th October 2019, 9:00am to 4:00pm
Where: Albany (5 hour drive South of Perth)


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