Immerse yourself in the attractions and natural beauty of the Perth Hills…
Walkers seeking an outdoor nature challenge will find short trails and long distance tracks in the native bush surroundings of the Perth Hills, including the iconic Bibbulmun Track. There are many trails of different lengths and levels of difficulty, many with evocative names such as Whistlepipe Gully and Rocky Pool, just perfect for enticing you outdoors!
Be responsible and prepared when doing any walk - ensure you have appropriate clothing, footwear and water for the journey.
Although mapped, the environment and paths can change over time depending on conditions and time of year, please ensure you stay alert to your surroundings.
"Load & Walk Trails" option
When using your Smart Device, ensure your GPS / Location is enabled and permitted on your browser - this allows your movement to be tracked to show your current location on the map.
Follow the highlighted route of the trail
Download compressed (.ZIP) file which contains all KML walk trails. To use these KML files, please extract and save KML files. Ensure you have the Google Earth app installed before viewing trails in Google Earth.
Dog Friendly Trails
Please keep your dogs on leads unless signage permits otherwise.
'Load & Walk': Click the relevant 'Trail' on your smart device.
KML Files: DOWNLOAD KML Walk Trail Files here. The compressed (.ZIP) file downloaded contains all KML walk trails.
Alternatively, you can print off the trail route using the 'download' link or open the KML link via Google Earth.
Caution - Check before you leave!
Regardless of the time of year please check to ensure the area you want to experience and explore is safe to do so.
Summer: With high temperatures and dry fuels there is always the potential for fire
Autumn & Winter: Flooding, Fire or Smoke Warnings may be issued in various areas where controlled burns are being conducted.
DFES Emergency Website for any major burns / hazards / alerts
Be responsible and prepared when doing any walk / cycle - ensure you have appropriate clothing, footwear and water for the journey.
Although some trails are mapped, the environment and paths can change over time depending on conditions and time of year, please ensure you stay alert to your surroundings.