Posted: 24 November, 2016
5 Fun Hikes Around Perth You Have To Do This Weekend
Grab your friends and go!
Get outside this weekend and go for a walk!
Perth is surrounded by so many different walking trails that we’re really spoiled for choice. Here are a few of our favourites.
All times are approximate – it depends on your walking speed!
Rocky Pool Walk – Kalamunda National Park
This walk is named after the awesome rock pool that is a perfect reward for all that hiking!
Time: 2 hours
Baldwin’s Bluff – Serpentine National Park
Head uphill and hike to the summit for amazing views of the Swan Coastal Plain, the valley and the Serpentine Falls.
Time: 2-3 hours
Scarborough Trigg Heritage Walk
There are three different loops here that take you along the beachfront and through the local bushland. You can stop for a swim at the beach or a coffee in one of the cafes along the way!
Length: 7.3km (all three loops)
Time: 2.5 hours
Ghost House Walk Trail – Yanchep National Park
Head through the wetlands and into the wilderness areas of Yanchep National Park. Best of all you can also explore the historic remains of the ‘ghost house’.
Time: 5 hours
Eagle View Walk – John Forrest National Park
Get a glimpse of amazing views and weave your way through valleys, creek lines and hills on this moderately difficult walk.
Length: 15km (loop)
Time: 5 to 6 hours
Remember to always wear appropriate shoes, take enough water with you and check for any local warnings before you head out.
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