Xanthorrhoea Trail, Perth Hills

About the Trail

The Xanthorrhoea Trail Walk is accessed from a carpark at the end of West Terrace, off Kalamunda Rd in the Perth hills suburb of Maida Vale.

The trail has some challenging, though walkable inclines, with spectacular views down to Perth City. The trail surface is well maintained, though can sometimes suffer from water erosion during the winter, with occasional standing water.

During spring, the wildflowers will be in bloom, and Crumpet Creek will be running.

The first part of the trail winds through sections which are thick with Xanthorrhoea Preissii - the native grass tree. Some areas are well shaded by eucalypts, with other parts exposed to the sun.

The latter part of the walk sees you enter land which has been previously cleared. It has much less undergrowth, with open grassland, before you make a final climb to complete the loop.

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