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Carmel Walk, Pickering Brook

  • 1-3 hours
  • 5.1 km
    • Bush Walk Grade 3

The Carmel Walk is a pleasant walk through the Korung National Park in Pickering Brook. The walk trail winds through native bushland, and passes by working farmland and stunning fruit orchards. Carmel Walk can be done as a continuous 5.1km loop or may be completed in two separate sections.

A wide, well-formed trail winds through the Korung National Park
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The corner of Anembo Road and Morton Road, Korung NP, Pickering Brook, 28km (35 minutes) south-east of Perth

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The Carmel Walk is a moderately easy loop walk through the native bush of the Korung National Park in the townsite of Pickering Brook, located 15 minutes (12kms) south east of Kalamunda in the picturesque Perth Hills. 

The trail commences at the corner of Anembo and Morton Road, where a large gravel rock on the south side of Morton Road marks the start point of the walk, indicated by an oblong Kalamunda walk trail sign. The walk is signposted with red triangle trail markers.

A well-formed track winds through the unspoilt woodlands, taking in the vivid sounds and sites of the Australian bush and its wildlife. The walk can be completed in two separate sections, the second section offers you the opportunity to view some of Pickering Brook's farmland and stunning fruit orchards.

The park comes alive during the Australian springtime, September to November, when wildflower season is at its peak. 

The walk trail map is available on the Shire of Kalamunda website.

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Time / Duration

1 hour 30 minutes

Length

5.1km loop which may be completed in two separate sections

What To Pack

Group B (Bushwalks and/or longer trails) required.

Trail Start

The corner of Anembo Road and Morton Road, Korung NP, Pickering Brook, 28km (35 minutes) south-east of Perth

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Trail End

Bush Walk

Grade 3

Suitable for most ages and fitness levels. Some bushwalking experience recommended. Tracks may have short steep hill sections a rough surface and many steps. Walks up to 20km.

Best time of year

March to November

Trail Access

Road 2WD

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2 trail goers have rated Carmel Walk, Pickering Brook as 3.5 out of 5!

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Andrew Hall

Reviewed 6 Apr 2021, 12:22am

Liked the shade and that the hike is in two loops, so if you are caught for time you can do just half the hike which is a good option to have available.
Terri Hackney

Reviewed 3 Mar 2020, 11:50am

Nice trail but only worked out to be 3.5km when following the red markers. Reviewed the map after and looked as though we had done the correct trail so unsure where the other KM's were. Was very difficult to find the start point and no real parking areas. Good shade, quite uneven so a good pair of walking shoes recommended. Some climbing required as there were a number of fallen trees across the path.

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