Lewis Road Walk, Forrestfield
A difficult loop walk through the Mundy Regional Park, taking in spectacular views of Perth city, Swan Coastal Plain and the Darling Scarp. With some steep climbs and loose descents, the trail winds through wandoo woodlands, red gums and small jarrah trees, with opportunities to see native wildflowers.
About the Trail
The Lewis Road Walk is a difficult 5km loop trail through the Mundy Regional Park, taking in stunning views of Perth city, Swan Coastal Plain, Regional Parklands, and the Darling Scarp.
The trail passes through wandoo woodlands, with red gums and small jarrah trees among some of the lush native flora on show, with magnificent wildflowers during wildflower season (August to October).
The trail commences at the carpark at the northern end of Lewis Road, 20 kilometres from Perth, and only 10 kilometres from Kalamunda.
With some steep climbs and loose descents with slippery gravel, some bushwalking experience is advised.
The trail markers for this trail are red, although signage is scarce with no trailhead so please consult the trail map and trail notes, available at the Shire of Kalamunda website.