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Started May 13, 2019
Started May 24, 2017
This question is asked nearly every week in the Trails WA group, so we have put together some information that we hope will be useful.
Remember everyone’s foot is different and what works well for one may be terribly unsuitable for another.
Posted on August 31, 2021 at 9:47am — 1 Comment
If you crave peace and quiet, wide open spaces, walk trails, wild flowers and good old country hospitality then you’ll love Wongan Hills. Located 2 hours north east of Perth, with a population of less than 1,000 people and surrounded by farmland and granite outcrops, Wongan Hills is the perfect weekend getaway. And at this time of year it is bursting forth with colourful wildflowers.
If you are looking for a serious trail to tackle, Mt Matilda delivers with stunning views after a…Continue
Posted on August 19, 2021 at 2:38pm
Article and photos by Donovan de Souza from The Long Way's Better
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While the majority of Western Australia’s hiking trails are centred around Perth and the forests of the South-West, there is a real sense of adventure that can be found in the vast rugged landscapes to the north of Perth.…Continue
Posted on June 29, 2021 at 11:00am — 1 Comment
Have you been following the Trail Towns series on SBS television?
This time ‘Vandy and Deetz explore the iconic trails of the Southern Forests and Valleys, located around 200 km south of Perth and 50km inland from Margaret River and Busselton. This area is dotted with little towns, most of them connected by the Munda Biddi Trail. Think lush forests, a region bursting with fresh food and epic mountain biking.’
Join them on a…Continue
Posted on June 28, 2021 at 7:00pm
Purnululu is one of only 4 World Heritage listed sites in WA and as expected the scenery is stunning. Purnululu means ‘sandstone’ and is home to the iconic Bungle Bungles; incredible dome shaped, sandstone mounds, featuring distinctive orange and black banding.
The park is only open in the ‘dry season’ from April to December, depending on the weather and rains. You will need high clearance 4WD to access the park and remember to carry way more drinking water than usual in this climate.…Continue
Posted on April 24, 2021 at 6:40pm