Western Australia's long-distance trails include the Bibbulmun Track walk trail and the Munda Biddi mountain bike trail providing visitors with the chance to immerse themselves in nature for weeks at a time.
The Bibbulmun Track is considered one of the world’s great long distance walk trails, stretching nearly 1000 kilometres from Kalamunda, in the Perth hills, to the historic town of Albany on the south coast. The Track features 49 campsites along the way with timber shelters and water tanks and passes through nine communities for re-supply.
Another iconic walk track is the 135km Cape to Cape Track which runs along the Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge between the lighthouses of Cape Naturaliste and Cape Leeuwin in the Margaret River region. It features spectacular coastal and forest scenery, a fascinating geology and history, and wonderful wildflowers in spring.
Bushwalkers from around the world come to WA to walk the Bibbulmun and Cape to Cape Tracks.
WA is also home to the world's longest off-road mountain bike trail - the Munda Biddi. The trail meanders through scenic river valleys and the magnificent forests of WA’s South West. Joined by purpose built track, the Munda Biddi uses a network of bush tracks, firebreaks, and disused railway formations and has sections suitable for cyclists of all ages and experience levels.
If hiking or riding aren't your cup of tea, opt for a long-distance self drive 2WD or 4WD trail - like the Indian Ocean Drive or Gibb River Road.
- Bibbulmun Track, Kalamunda to Albany
- Cape to Cape Track, Margaret River
- Kep Track - Mundaring to Northam
- Munda Biddi Trail, Mundaring to Albany
- Kingsford Smith Mail Run, Carnarvon to Meekatharra
- Ord River, Kununurra
- Shark Bay World Heritage Drive