Dell to South Ledge, Beelu NP, Perth Hills

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Rated: 32121 (3/5), based on 5 reviews.

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Donna Storey


This is a lovely trail but very, very, very badly signed. This made it quite a stressful walk unfortunately which took away from the lovely views, amazing birdlife and other surprise animals that pop out onto the trail. Please, please upgrade the signage for this trail in line with all your other trails.

Charli Smith


A scenic and relatively easy walk, although some difficulty with navigation as instructions are not clear and signposting is not well maintained.

Jude Comfort


While there are some quite lovely parts to this walk, especially the first half (if walking clockwise) there are some disappointments. The first part is easy to follow along the Munda Biddi and then the Bib Track. However once you make Golden Lookout you are really on your own. I had to rely on Google maps to get me back to Dell Park. Next time maybe would just retrace my tracks from the Lookout. Also I did this walk mid week and I think if on the weekend you may need to be dodging mountain bikes on the Munda Biddi.

Hanoz Kapadia


An average trail; nothing worth going back to. It seems popular more with mountain bikers as I saw quite a few of them on the trail. I agree with Natalie - there are no directions and it's not even named. I had to rely on my phone's GPS every now and then to stay on track which took away from the relaxation that comes from disconnecting from the outside world. It may be more fun in the spring and summer when wildflowers come out.

Natalie Richards


Fantastic walk and spectacular scenery but the instructions for the start could be clearer. Make sure you start your walk on the Munda Biddi trail. Also, take water!

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