Sixty Foot Falls, Ellis Brook Valley, Gosnells

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Rated: 43211 (4/5), based on 13 reviews.

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Sarah Nevison


Not a bad walk, only took about an hour. A bit steep in places, but plenty of steps and rest areas for a break. Really lovely scenery, and the park has a number of walks to do for a full day out. The one problem is that at the top of the trail there are fewer signs to direct you, and they are harder to find, but not impossible.

Mitt Ramgobin


I did this trail with my wife and 17 months old. He was in a baby backpack and enjoyed the whole trail, Initial plan was to do only the blue wren trail but after finishing it, we felt game for more. Aided by the fact other parents with babies were coming down the trail. In my opinion, the trail is not difficult. A bit steep at some spots but it was all manageable with a baby on my back, and my wife and I are not the fittest around. All in all it was a great family activity and will certainly go back next spring. Will bring the dogs as well.

Hanoz Kapadia


Nice trail to walk. Challenging enough and good views. Being within the Perth Metro Area makes it a great getaway to get some nature time without having to plan for it or drive too far.

Anne Ellis


I have done this trek several times, and always enjoy it. It is good for dogs and kids (mine were 6yrs the first time, probably couldn't have managed it themselves much younger than that). There are rocks and steps along the path. We always go anti-clockwise, which means we are climbing up the steep section (I take a climbing stick, but everyone else manages without!). Then we stop at the top for lunch, views and a rest. Then back down the descending path past the quarry. There is one section just before the final bridge where you must descend a steep rocky outcrop that is always a bit challenging. But all up, a good outing to get the kids into nature.

Macie R


Waterfall was easy to see from many spots, and plenty of opportunities to see/hear water. There were a few wet/slippery/muddy sections. Some stairs, some rocks. We went clockwise and felt less tired than people looked coming the other way! (But you can go anti-clockwise a few hundred metres if you just want the waterfall view.) Great to see a dog-friendly trail, too.

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