• Grose Valley (NSW) - Acacia Flats to Blackheath


    July 10, 2019
  • Badjirrajirra Trail (Cape Range National Park)


    September 30, 2018
  • Frenchmans Cap (TAS) - Lake Vera to Lake Tahune


    December 22, 2018
  • Mokine Walk GPS Route (Mokine Nature Reserve)


    May 5, 2019
  • Tarn Shelf Circuit (Mount Field National Park)


    April 22, 2018
  • Plateau Loop Trail (Coalseam Conservation Park)


    September 28, 2018
  • Snorkeling the Ningaloo Reef (Ningaloo Marine Park)


    October 3, 2018
  • Le Grand Coastal Trail (Cape Le Grand National Park)


    April 21, 2019
  • Werribee Gorge Circuit Walk (Werribee Gorge State Park)


    March 23, 2019
  • Hakea Trail (WA) - Hamersley Inlet to Quoin Head


    April 23, 2019

Recent Articles

Thursday, 21 October 2021

Yonga Trail (Lesueur National Park)


An overnight or long day walk in Lesueur National Park, the Yonga Trail explores offers an extended exploration of Lesueur's varied landscapes. Starting near Mt Lesueur, the trail leaves the shorter day walks to explore a mix of Wandoo Woodlands, sandy open heathlands and the heath covered laterite ridges. Featuring a lovely campsite halfway, the Yonga Trail is well worth exploring during the wildflower season

Thursday, 16 September 2021

Collie-Darkan Rail Trail (Shires of Collie & West Arthur)

 


An idyllic day ride, the Collie-Darkan Rail Trail retraces a section of the Bowelling to Narrogin Railway just east of the town of Collie to the town of Darkan. Passing through a mix of forests and farmland scenery, the trail's highlights include a number of well maintained and refurbished wooden rail bridges and two railway stations along the line. Rich in heritage history and rolling green hills, this is an enjoyable day ride with potential for extension

Wednesday, 1 September 2021

Electric Bikepacking the Southern Forests

A five day, this sectional adventure follows the Munda Biddi from Pemberton to Nannup. Riding through the beautiful Southern Forests, each day sees riders travelling town to town along easily achievable kilometres for an electric mountain bike to undertake while offering riders a warm bed at the end of every night. Finishing with a loop of the Old Timberline and Sidings Rail Trails, this is an excellent introduction to bikepacking for first time riders

Wednesday, 30 June 2021

Denmark-Nornalup Heritage Rail Trail (Shire of Denmark)


A lengthy (though incomplete) rail trail in the Shire of Denmark, the Denmark-Nornalup Heritage Rail Trail links Nornalup with the shire's main town of Denmark and then to the shire's eastern boundary. Starting at the former Nornalup Station, the trail passes through a delightful mix of farmland, plains and Karri forest. A trail with a lot of potential, a missing section that necessitates road riding is all that's holding this back from being a great riding experience

Wednesday, 16 June 2021

Old Timberline and Sidings Rail Trail (Nannup)

 


One of TrailsWA's Top Trails, this 37 kilometre loop combines the Old Timberline Rail Trail with part of the Sidings Rail Trail. Starting in Nannup and crossing the Blackwood River, the Old Timberline heads along some twisty single track through to the lush Jarrah forest along St Johns Brook and Barrabup Pool before visiting Sleeper Hewer's Hut and returning to Nannup via the Sidings Trail. One of Western Australia's best rail trail experiences

Sunday, 30 May 2021

Honeycomb Gorge (Kennedy Range National Park)


A short but enjoyable trail, this 600 metre walk takes visitors to Honeycomb Gorge - the most popular natural feature of Kennedy Range National Park. Starting at the car park, the trail heads through a series of massive boulders before arriving at the impressive honeycomb wall formed by wind and water erosion from an ephemeral waterfall. While only a short walk, this one well worth checking out

Monday, 24 May 2021

Mt Augustus Summit and Gully Trails (Mt Augustus National Park)


An outstanding Outback mountain walk, the Summit and Gully Trails take walkers to the summit of Mt Augustus - a towering peak that is twice the size of Uluru. Featuring a mix of gentle and steep gradients, the Summit Trail leads to 360° views of the surrounding landscape. With the scramble-heavy Gully Trail filled with waterholes as an alternate, this is an outstanding must-do hike in spite of the potentially deadly heat