Best Hiking Trails in Perth

Best Hiking Trails in Perth
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Below is a list of the top and leading Hiking Trails in Perth. To help you find the best hiking trails located near you in Perth, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.

This article is updated every 3-4 months.

Perth’s Best Hiking Trails:

Here are the top rated hiking trails:

  • Mundy Regional Park
  • Kings Park and Botanic Garden
  • Trigg Bushland Reserve

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Mundy Regional Park

Mundy Regional Park
Mundy Regional Park

Mundy Regional Park is a park dedicated to the leader of Beelu Aboriginal people during European settlement in which Mundy played an important role in negotiating for Perth’s community. It is also known as Mundy Swamp as it was previously a wetland where Beelu people collected tortoises that they cooked and ate in the higher grounds.

Currently, Mundy Regional Park is used for recreational activities such as trailwalking and sightseeing. It offers majestic views of various wildflowers and wildlife as you explore the park. It is located near Hugh Sanderson Reserve and Eversden Reserve.

Products/Services:

Bush Trails, Hiking Trails, Walk Trails, Nature Exploration

LOCATION:

Address: Forrestfield WA 6058
Phone: (08) 9442 0300
Website: www.parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au/park/mundy

REVIEWS:

“Fantastic park to explore with stunning scenery and sweeping landscapes. A short stroll takes you to a beautiful waterfall that allows you to get up close and personal. The walking paths are easy to navigate and require a moderate level of fitness but are certainly very suitable for families and couples.” – Adam Scott

Kings Park and Botanic Garden

King's Park and Botanic Garden
King’s Park and Botanic Garden

King’s Park and Botanic Garden is one of the largest and scenic parks in the world. It is blessed with 3,000 species of flora that makes it a safe haven for biological life. The park is also known for its contribution in horticulture such as scientific researches, nature conservation acts, and one of the leading institution of spreading public education.

Visitors at all ages can have a great experience in the park by enjoying the views in Swan and Canning Rivers, exploring bushland trails, and majestic parklands. The park also offers cafes and shops wherein visitors can indulge themselves with healthy meals and various souvenirs.

Products/Services:

Weddings, Family Functions, Community Events, Memorial Services, Corporate Functions & Sporting Activities, Hands-on Education, Play & Recreation, Guided Walk Tours, Gallery Shop & Cafe

LOCATION:

Address: Fraser Ave, Perth WA 6005
Phone: (08) 9480 3600
Website: www.bgpa.wa.gov.au

REVIEWS:

“One of my Botanical Gardens that I’ve ever visited. Not only is it pretty and filled with lots of things to see and great views, it is very open so you can walk anywhere you want in the park. It made you feel more like you were out in the woods unlike many gardens that keep most things out of reach. I spent 2 to 3 hours at the park and enjoyed every moment of it. It is a definite must see if you are in Perth.” – John Graham

Trigg Bushland Reserve

Trigg Bushland Reserve
Trigg Bushland Reserve

Trigg Bushland Reserve is a trail that provides public education and awareness about the land’s biodiversity systems. With its various types of flora and vegetation types, the local community makes sure that they involve every person to help in conserving not only the floral types but also the animal species. Because of this, Trigg Bushland Reserve has named as one of the “Bush Forever” of the Western Australia government.

Products/Services:

Nature & Park, Recreational Activities, Walking Trails, Educational Facilities

LOCATION:

Address: 88 Lynn St, Trigg WA 6029
Website: www.triggbushland.org.au

REVIEWS:

We would sit down wind under a bush with our two children (now grown up) at around 5pm and watch mother bunny come out with her babies. The little bunnies would leap and bound around. It was magic. Now we have lovely serene walks instead.” – Patricia Cumming