This world class long-distance walk trail stretches
almost 1000km. Passing through Mundaring Weir precinct, the Track continues to Albany through some of the most beautiful and varied natural areas of Australia's South West.
This walk follows the original Eastern Railway stage 2 route between Darlington and Glen Forrest, now the Railway Reserves Heritage Trail. Along this line there are many old engineering features and great scenery.
This 2.4km short walk guides you through the central part of Darlington Village taking in a number of early buildings and sites of what originally started was a vineyard in the early 1880'2 by Alfred Waylen.
A short cross-country track that packs in loads of features with no major climbs but lots of log rolls, bomb holes and jumps. Great for a group with mixed riding ability.Download trail map here
Glen Forrest Heritage Walk (2.9km) guides you around the village of Smiths Mill, known today as Glen Forrest, a delightful village first settled in 1877 by Alfred Smith. Duration is approx. 45 mins.
The 75km multi-use Kep Track uses the rail formations between Mundaring and Northam, passing through Jarrah forests, small settlements and towns. Copies of the trail flyer are available from Perth Hills Mundaring Visitor
Take a 3km walk around the Lake perimeter to view a range of native trees like
marri and wandoo, together with an abundance of bird life including ducks,
geese, herons and swamp hens.
The 12km mountain bike trail network includes 9 trails, ranging in difficulty from basic to intermediate. The trails have been carefully designed to consider dieback mitigation and leave a minimal trail tread footprint.
Little Eagle Walk Trail is a 7.9km loop trail located within John Forrest National Park. The trail is a bushwalker's delight, covering a variety of relatively pristine habitats.
The Munda Biddi Trail is a world-class off-road cycling experience stretching over 1000km between Mundaring in Perth Hills to Albany on the south coast.
This self-guided walk, starting and ending in Sculpture Park, takes you around the town site of Mundaring and highlights some of the historic buildings of the area.
Starting at Mundaring Weir Hall, enjoy a 5.3km walk through picturesque jarrah forest where native wildflowers abound in spring. The trail includes a scenic lookout across Mundaring Weir. Download trail map here
Take a heritage walk around historic Parkerville. Gazetted in 1895, Parkerville came about because of the Eastern Railway. It had a pub, quarries, stores, a hall and school.
Explore the historical taverns and townships along the main loop of the Railway Reserves Heritage Trail by mountain bike. Tackle the whole trail, or sections at a time and stop off along the way for some Hills' hospitality.
Enjoy a guided eMountain biking experience with the people who know the Perth Hills best - the locals. Using the best pedal-assisted eBikes on the market (Giant). Trails suited to all ages and skill levels.
This 3.5km loop starts in Fred Jacoby Park within the Beelu National Park. The walk meanders through beautiful jarrah forests, winding past granite outcrops and majestic grass trees. Suitable for all fitness levels.
This popular walking, cycling and horse riding trail begins its journey at Bellevue, forming a unique 41 km loop at Mount Helena, before extending to Wooroloo Reserve.
The Bike Stable provides cyclists with specialist advice and quality servicing and repairs. Dealers in Specialized bikes with a great range of parts and accessories. Bike hire available.
The Goat Farm is the only purpose built mountain bike park in Western Australia. It has several downhill tracks and is a great place to improve your mountain bike skills.
The Weir View Walk is a 1.2km loop trail that starts and ends at the Perth Hills Discovery Centre. Walkers will journey to a viewing platform overlooking the Mundaring Weir. This is a pleasant and scenic 20-30 minute walk.
A popular 4.5 km loop walk in John Forrest National Park of moderate difficulty that in spring highlights the diversity and colour of the many wildflowers in the park. Expect some short steep sections and slippery surfaces.