Sixty Foot Falls, Ellis Brook Valley, Gosnells

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Rated: 43211 (4/5), based on 15 reviews.

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Jarra Smith


Really enjoyable hike. Nice view of the city, waterfall and quarry. Great for kids as it’s not too long but a fair workout.

Jana Coker


Great walk, I went clockwise which meant to cross the bridge on your left and go towards the quarry first, then continue to the falls and then down. It was much easier this way but most people seems to be going to the falls first, huffing and puffing as it’s quite steep and then going towards the quarry. No idea how someone could get lost it’s really well signposted with orange markets on small wooden pillars.

Holly Crofts


We loved this trail. I went with my partner and 2 year old (in a carrier). The climb up is steep and up lots of steps, we were puffed and it was a good work out. It took us 15-20 minutes to get to the top. The climb down also involved lots of steps and rocks. Lovely views all over, I'm sure it would be even more stunning when the water is running. We saw lots of young kids maybe 6 years and upwards doing the walk. Probably doesn't suit younger children unless you are able to carry them. We also enjoyed a picnic at nearby picnic area.

Erin Clark


Had a great time hiking this trail with Young Perth Hikers Meetup with our dogs. We teamed it with the Blue Wren trail as well to add a bit more distance. Check out more detailed review on The Ruff Lyfe

Grace G


Very nice trail loop to complete if you are short on time. Took my friend and I around 30minutes to complete. When entering the trail, we initially went left overt he bridge but got completely lost. Would definitely recommend walking straight instead of turning left across a bridge (ending the trail loop on the bridge instead). It was relatively difficult, with a lot of stairs and a few rocks. There is 3 look out areas on the way to the top so perfect to take a rest without blocking the path. At the very top, there is a rock opening with two trails heading either left or right. Initially when we completed the hike we went left- this was the incorrect way and we ended up having to turn around. The correct way is to turn right (a much wider trail) Get pretty busy on the weekends, with a lot of people completing the trail with dogs.

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