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Bidi Bo Djinoong, Perth Western Suburbs Bidi Bo Djinoong, Perth Western Suburbs

Bush Walk

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Urban Walk
 in Perth & Surrounds

Part of Whadjuk Trail Network network
  • 1-3 hours
  • 6.2 km
    • Bush Walk Class 2

      Easy trail with modified or hardened surface, and gentle hills or occasional steps. Clear directional signage. No bushwalking experience required. May be suitable for assisted wheelchair users (if ramps are provided at steps).

The 6.2 kilometre Bidi Bo Djinoong (Trail with views forever) offers fantastic views of the ocean (Wardun), city and bushland.  The sea and Rottnest Island are woven into the dreaming stories and song lines of the local Noongar people.  Enjoy the stories along the route.

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This is one of seven walks in the Whadjuk Trail Network which 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.

The Bidi Bo Djinoong (trail with views forever) includes parts of the iconic Bold Park offering fantastic views of the ocean (Wardun), city and bushland.  This 6.2km trail links parks and bushland areas with the Indian Ocean, iconic and Heritage Trails using both paths and roads. Due to numerous access points, the route can be walked in sections, allowing all to enjoy the diverse landscape. Trails are well marked with directional signs including the icon of the Quondong. Look for triangular trail markers in footpaths along the route.

Western Australian (Perth City) Visitor Centre

(08) 9483 1111

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Time / Duration

Up to 2 hours

Length

6.2km one way

What To Pack

Group A - Urban Trails (Urban trails or short trails near facilities) required.

Trail Start

Bold Park southern section on Rochdale Road

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Trail End

Northern end of Bold Park, near the Aquatic Centre Carpark.

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Bush Walk

Class 2

Easy trail with modified or hardened surface, and gentle hills or occasional steps. Clear directional signage. No bushwalking experience required. May be suitable for assisted wheelchair users (if ramps are provided at steps).

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Difficulty Notes

The last section after the water tower along the Kulbardi trail is unsealed and fairly steep for wheelchairs. Bicycles are excluded in this area.

Facilities

This trail is mostly wheelchair accessible. The northern section including the Kulbardi Walk is unsealed for under 300m, and in places steeper than ideal. See additional information on the downloadable accessibility guide.
  • Cafe
  • Car Park
  • Dog Friendly
  • Guide
  • Kiosk
  • Lookouts
  • Picnic Area
  • Public Toilet
  • Shaded Area
  • Sheltered Area
  • Shop
  • View Platform
  • Water Access Points

Best time of year

Best August to November for wild flowers

Trail Access

Road 2WD, bus, bike

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1 trail goers have rated Bidi Bo Djinoong, Perth Western Suburbs as 4 out of 5!

We love to hear from people who've been on our Western Australian trails, so it would be most appreciated it if you wanted to leave a review.

Archie J

Reviewed 4 Sep 2021, 10:00am

Great variety of scenery - only downside is finishing far from the starting point (and probably car). Easily resolved by continuing along Perry Lakes Drive and Bold Park Drive, adding an enjoyable extra 5km.

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