For visitors to Western Australia, the best way to explore by horseback is on an escorted trek.
Immerse yourself in the Australian bush and experience the Kimberley by horseback, following the ancient river systems and old stock routes used by drovers of yesteryear. Or head south and ride through tall timber country or along the beaches.
Choose from two or fourteen day treks. For more information, search for 'Tours' and 'horse riding' on the Tourism Western Australia website.
The TRAIL FILTER is on the MAP page.
Equestrian Trails in Western Australia
|Trail Name||Top Trail||Rating||Region||Time||Length||Difficulty|
|Brigadoon Bridle Trails||Perth||Full day||(Loop) 54km||Difficult|
|Bungendore Bridle Trail, Wungong Park||Perth||Less than 1 hour||3.2km||Easy|
|Collie Darkan Rail Trail||South West||Multiple day||47km||Easy|
|Denmark to Nornalup Heritage Rail Trail||South West||Full day||54.5km||Easy|
|Jandakot Regional Park Bridle Trails||Perth||1-3 hours||14km||Moderate|
|Jarrahdale Bridle Trail||Perth||Full day||(Loop) 26km||Difficult|
|Kep Track, Mundaring to Northam||Perth||Multiple day||75km||Easy|
|Les Couzins Bridle Trail, Dwellingup||Perth||Half day||(Loop) 24km||Moderate|
|Manjimup to Deanmill Heritage Trail||South West||1-3 hours||7.7km||Easy|
|Railway Reserves Heritage Trail, Perth Hills||This is a Top Trail||Perth||Full day||(Loop) 41km||Easy|
|Wilson Inlet Heritage Trail, Denmark||South West||Half day||12km||Easy|