Hiking in WA
Hike through WA’s diverse landscape of rocky trails and sandy coastline, experience the states’ incredible range of wildlife, wildflowers and waterfalls.
At twice the size of Western Europe, WA is a huge landscape, filled with more than 700 trails. Many of which boast ever-changing displays of exquisite flora and fauna, stunning views of the landscape and unique wildlife. Hiking Hotspots The immense number of hiking options offers an experience for everyone, from the thermal springs, waterfalls […]
About Hiking in WA
Boasting plentiful wildlife, towering forests, multiple kid-friendly picnic spots and campsites, the Bibbulmun track is a hiking trail to suit both experienced hikers and families seeking adventure. WA’s finest long-distance walk stretches nearly 1000km from Kalamunda to Albany. To complete the journey in one hit, allow yourself about eight weeks. There are 48 campsites on […]
Experience the wildflower season, waterfalls and Gorges whilst hiking through loops and cliffs in WA’s picturesque North-West. If you’ve got a few days up your sleeve, the north of the state is a breathtaking place for a hike – the coasts and forests you’ll see in the south are replaced with gigantic gorges, and red […]
From pristine coastal walks to forest inland climbs, the South-West’s generous landscape has a fantastic range of spots ideal for hiking, including unpatrolled beaches and undulated bush trails. The landscape all year-round down South is a spectacle. However, with the wildflower season in full swing, Spring is the ideal time to take a trip down […]