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Bluff Knoll, Stirling Range NP

Length: 6.2kms loop / Grade: 4Bluff Knoll, Stirling Range NP Bluff Knoll, Stirling Range is approximately 4.5 hours via the Albany Highway/ State Route 120 from Perth city and only an hour from Albany. Bluff Knoll has absolutely fabulous 360-degree…

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Collie, Yellingup, Busselton & areas

Day trip visiting Collie, Yellingup, Busselton & surrounding areas What a fabulous day today was!!! My friend Sharon drove and we just packed some food, our cameras and gear and off we went. Stopping whenever we wanted to get that…

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Chittering & Enderslea Farm

Chittering & Enderslea Farm        Click on this link for more information about Enderslea Farm Chittering is just under 73 kms from the Perth CBD. It’s a lovely drive and once you are closer to Chittering and onto Bindoon you see…

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Bridgetown – Greenbushes Shire

Length: 5.2kms return / Grade: 2Blackwood River Walk, BridgetownFor more information on the Bridgetown – Greenbushes shire click on this link: Bridgetown – Greenbushes Bridgetown – Greenbushes shire is about 260kms south of Perth and was founded in 1970. The…

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Jorgensen Park Walk

Length: 2.7kms loop / Grade: 2-3 Jorgensen Park Walk- Kalamunda For more information & the map of the Jorgensen Park Walk click on this link: Jorgensen Park-Kalamunda Jorgensen Park walk in the Kalamunda National Park is an easy walk. The…

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Schipp Road Walk

Length: 5kms loop / Grade: 4-5 Schipp Road Walk- Kalamunda Schipp Road walk is in the Kalamunda National Park. The Schipp Road walk starts off as an easy walk but over the half way mark the steep, pebbly descent is…

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Lions Lookout – Kalamunda

Length: 4kms loop/ Grade: 4 Lions Lookout – Kalamunda If you are looking for a short challenging walk close to Perth city then the Lions Lookout – Kalamunda trail is the one to do. Go to Welshpool Rd East –…

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Helena Pipehead walk

Length: 5.2kms / Grade: 2-3 Helena Pipehead Walk Helena Pipehead walk is about 30 minutes from Perth CBD and is in the Kalamunda National Park. Starting point at the end of Helena Valley Road. Helena Pipehead walk is under 6…

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Lake Joondalup, W.A.

  Lake Joondalup,W.A. Lake Joondalup circuit is about 16kms loop and based in the Yellagonga National Park. However, I ended up walking 18kms on a great maintained track. However, this track is really for cyclist as a walking this entire…

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Stratham’s Quarry trail, W.A. Australia

  Length: 6kms / Grade: 4 Stratham’s Quarry Trail, Western Australia Stratham’s Quarry Trail is about a 2-2 1/2 hours walk approximate 5.9kms in the Gooseberry Hill National Park. Entry is Lascelle’s Parade, Gooseberry Hill. This walk is considered to…

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Hyden-Wave Rock-Western Australia

  Hyden-Wave Rock-Western Australia Hyden-Wave Rock-Western Australia is famous for the “Wave Rock” formation. Certainly worth the visit. We viewed it at night and early in the morning, we climbed over the top. I believe you must see it both…

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Kings Park, Perth WA

Kings Park, Perth, W.A. Beautiful Kings Park, Perth, W.A. This time of the year it really is extra special as all the flowers & trees are in bloom. The fragrance of the flora is glorious and the colours are spectacular….

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Bold Park-City Beach

Length: 5kms / Grade: 2-3 Bold Park-City Beach Bold Park-City Beach is on Perry Lakes Drive, City Beach, Western Australia. This is a 437-hectare urban bushland area in suburbia. There are several parking areas to gain access but I went…

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Margaret River and surrounding areas

Margaret River and surrounding areas Our long weekend drive from Perth to visit Margaret River and surrounding areas in Western Australia was fantastic! We drove via Mandurah, Bunbury, Busselton and camped 2 nights at Margaret River Tourist Park in 44…

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