Bush to Beach Trail, Perth Western Suburbs

Overview

Bush to Beach Trail is a 16.3 kilometer point-to-point trail located near Daglish, The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking, walking, and mountain biking. Dogs are also able to use this trail.  The Trail lies on Whadjuk Noongar land and forms the east/ west link of the Whadjuk Trails. Spectacular views of the Indian Ocean and the Perth skyline can be taken in whilst enjoying the remnant bushland areas.

Bush to Beach trail

Zamia Trail in Bold Park

Photo Credit: Sally Wallace


About the Trail

Whadjuk Trails are well marked with directional signs including an icon of the individual trail. Users should look for triangular trail markers in footpaths and bollards along the route. Bush to Beach Trail is marked in an east to west direction, the marker includes the icon of the Balga.  

Trails are suitable for all walkers, with a moderate level of fitness required in places. Facilities are available for breaks along the way.

Information relating to fauna and flora, and indigenous cultural heritage, is contained within the trails. Learn about the 6 Noongar seasons, illustrating an intimate connection with the land and based on local climatic characteristics.

The Whadjuk Trails connect numerous "Bush Forever" sites which utilise the Government's commitment to the conservation of bushland on the Swan Coastal Plain portion of the Perth Metropolitan Region. Whadjuk Trails are dog friendly and mostly cycle friendly and accesible.  Alternate route maps are available on the website where required.

A train can be caught to Subiaco, and then bus 97 to stop 17520, or bus 950 from Wellington Street in Perth alighting at stop 26201 near Rosalie Park. See www.transperth.wa.gov.au.


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