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About Trails WA


A wide range of organisations are involved with the planning, development, management, promotion and use of trails in WA.

If you have any suggestions for additional links please contact us.

Clubs & Groups 


Action Outdoors - Fun, Fitness & Friendship - The Action Outdoors Association arranges a wide variety of outdoor activities for members and visitors including bushwalking, cycling (both on and off road), kayaking, and camping.

Nature Play WA - If you’re a parent looking for ideas on how to get your children more involved in outdoor activities in Western Australia, then visit

Outdoors WA - the peak body for the outdoor sector in Western Australia, including camping, outdoor recreation and outdoor education.


HikeWest - The Federation is the peak body for all bushwalkers and clubs within the state. Links to many bushwalking clubs from their website.

Bibbulmun Track Foundation - Interested in bushwalking sections or the length of this iconic trail? The Bibbulmun Track Foundation has a staggering number of resources to help you prepare. Join over 2000 members and enjoy free or discounted events, tours, merchandise, trip planning advice and much more.

WA Rogaining Association - Cross-country navigation events - all levels of competition - families and novices welcome!

Paddle WA - Interested in either starting up paddling or more experienced and keen to join a club or an event.

Australian Trail Horse Riders Association - find a club, event and news on horse trails across WA and Australia.


Recreational Trail Bike Riders' Association (RTRA) - the peak body representing the interests of trail bike riders in WA. The RTRA provides education and safety information as well as where to ride and licensing information. The RTRA advocates on behalf of all trail bike riders to protect and extend trails and areas for trail bikes and to improve the quality and safety of trail bike trails and facilities.


Westcycle - WestCycle is the peak body for cycling throughout Western Australia.

Silent Revolution - a Mountain Biking website primarily for girls keen to give mtb riding a go and looking for others to ride with - from social to compeition level. Encourages the guys and kids to get involved too. - Silent-Revolution-MTB 


The WA Horse Council epresents the Western Australian Equine Community, working with Federal, State and Local Government to further the interests of all horse owners.


Gear Hire

Bibbulmun Track Foundation
62 Aberdeen Street, Northbridge


Dieback Phytophthora and how to reduce the risk of spreading.


Fire, Police, Ambulance: 000 or 112 from GSM mobiles if there is a signal but not with your network.

Police Attendance: 131 444

State Emergency Service: (08) 9277 0555 

Public Transport

Public transport service (train, bus, ferry) in the Metropolitan Area. 
Info line (within Australia): 13 62 13 or (08) 9428 1900 

Regional coach and rail services throughout Western Australia.
Phone: (within Australia): 1300 662 205 or (08) 9326 2600
Email: [email protected]

South West Coachlines
Coach service from Perth to Collie via Bunbury. South West Coaches will carry bikes in luggage with advance booking.

Regional Tourism Organisations

Western Australian Visitor Centre
55 William St, Perth WA 6000
Phone: Toll Free within Australia 1300 361 351,  or if outside of Australia (08) 9483 1111

Experience Perth

Australia's Coral Coast

Australia's South West

Australia's Golden Outback

Australia's North West

Department of Biodiversity, Conservation & Attractions

Parks & Wildlife Service - a huge number of trails are in the parks managed by Parks and Wildlife Services.  Parks & Wildlife is key in setting standards for trails in the State and works with a large number of stakeholders to provide quality trails that meet the needs of trails users and protect the environment.

For park alerts and updates, useful information on how to access national parks and stay safe, visit:

Trail Management & Volunteer Resources can be located on the DBCA website here:

Local Parks and Wildlife Offices

Department of Local Government, Sport & Cultural Industries

The Government Department responsible for encouraging participation in outdoor recreation, promoting accessibility and Aboriginal culture. DLGSC is the key driver in developing the WA Strategic Trails Blueprint and a key supporter of Trails WA.


Can’t find something you’re looking for?

Our Explore Map tool provides a lot of detail and filters to help explorers find the best and most suitable trails. Head on over to our Explore Map for greater search capacity.

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