About Whadjuk Trail Network
The Whadjuk network of walking trails lies on Noongar land, connecting remnant bushland areas in the western suburbs of Perth. With links to iconic, heritage and Noongar trails in the area, they offer users a unique experience and appreciation for the land, catering for a large variety of interests. Trail users will appreciate expansive views from the Indian Ocean to the Perth skyline, while experiencing the diversity of remnant bushland and lakes so close to the city.
Trails are well marked with directional signs that include an icon and are suitable for all walkers, with a moderate level of fitness required in places. Users should look for triangular markers in footpaths and bollards along the route. Information relating to fauna, flora, and indigenous cultural heritage, is contained within the trails.
The majority of trails are dog and cycle friendly and can be enjoyed in sections to suit walkers' abilities and available time.
Supported by great organisations
Trails are free and bring so many benefits to our community by providing opportunities to have fun, get fit, socialise, explore and challenge yourself. But they also have to be managed and maintained which only is made possible through terrific sponsors, donations and/or volunteering.
Bold ParkBold Park
Bush to Beach TrailShenton Bushland - Isotropis cuneifolia (Granny bonnet)
Yange Kep Trail marker
Peppermint GroveBush walk
Bush to Beach TrailKarbomanup
Bush to Beach - Lake JualbupLake Jualbup
Bush to Beach trailZamia Trail in Bold Park
Matilda BaySunrise over Matilda Bay
Mosman Park BeachGazing over the Wardun (Indian Ocean) at sunset
Cottesloe sculpturesInteresting sculptures are seen in Cottesloe
Views of City Beach GroyneazViews of City Beach Groyneaz
Carnaby's CockatooForaging Carnaby Cockatoo
Bishop Road Reserve
Views over the Swan River
Lake Monger viewsViews of Perth City skyline from Lake Monger
Mount ClaremontWonderful bushland area
Views of Perth City from Bold ParkViews of Perth City from Bold Park
Black Swans on Lake MongerThe unique Black Swans at Lake Monger
White faced Heron
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