Sunday, 22 July 2018

Three Mountains Walk GPS Route (Monadnocks Conservation Park)

A challenging unmarked route in the Monadnocks Conservation Park, this simplified version of the Three Mountains Walk GPS Route explores some of the lesser known parts of the park. Initially heading off-track, the route follows the granite-dominated ridge to the spectacular Mt Randall before following the Bibbulmun Track over Mt Cuthbert and Mt Vincent. A spectacular circuit walk in of Perth's best loved parks

Sunday, 8 July 2018

Ngank Wen Bidi (Rottnest Island)

The most remote section of the Wadjemup Bidi trail network on Rottnest, the Ngank Wen Bidi explores the wild and rugged western end of the island. Starting at Narrow Neck, the trail explores pristine beaches before reaching the outstanding lookouts at Cathedral Rocks and Fish Hook Bay. Let down slightly by a less exciting second half, the excellent qualities of this trail still make it a must do

Ngank Yira Bidi (Rottnest Island)

Part of the Wadjemup Bidi trail network on Rottnest, the Ngank Yira Bidi explores the Bickley Bay area of the island. Starting at the Settlement, the trail explores the World War II heritage of the island by taking walkers to a series of Batteries and bunkers used as part of Australia's naval defence. Culminating with the massive guns of Oliver Hill, this is one of the best heritage trails in WA

Sunday, 1 July 2018

Munday Brook Walk Trail (Korung National Park)

A pleasant forest stroll in Korung National Park, the Munday Brook Walk Trail follows a circuit of vehicle tracks through a parcel of Jarrah forest. Starting at Karagullen Oval, the trail reaches some outstanding examples of Jarrah forest near its half-way point, with a tunnel of dense growth and a section filled with massive trees being major highlights. One of the better forest walks in the Shire of Kalamunda