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8-Day Highlights Tour

The Highlights itinerary has been carefully compiled to combine a variety of day walks with off-Track accommodation. You will experience the varied landscapes of the Bibbulmun Track.

  • Activity:Bush Walking
  • Type:Tours

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Description

The Highlights itinerary has been carefully compiled to combine a variety of day walks with off-Track accommodation. You will experience the varied landscapes of the Bibbulmun Track from the spectacular ocean views and coastal heathlands in the far south through the magnificent karri and tingle forest up to the rolling hills and jarrah forests in the northern section.

We have selected a range of full and half day walks and our private bus will transport you to and from the Track each day. You will experience a number of unique eco-tourism attractions in the region. Each evening we will return to comfortable accommodation in the rural towns and villages along the Track to relax and enjoy a delicious dinner.

On the walks, you need carry only a small daypack containing your lunch, a camera, water bottle, etc. From the rocky escarpments that provide exhilarating views to the tranquillity of the tall forests, our flexible itinerary caters for all levels of experience.

We hope that you can join us on this unique journey … and discover the spirit of Australia’s south west.

Bibbulmun Track

One of the world's great, long-distance walk trails stretching nearly 1000kms from the Perth Hills to Albany. Opened in 1998, the award-winning Bibbulmun Track takes walkers through towering karri and tingle forests, through mist-shrowded valleys, over granite boulders and along breathtaking coastal heathlands (via Kalamunda, Mundaring, Dwellingup, Collie, Donnelly River, Pemberton, Northcliffe, Denmark, Walpole, Torbay and Albany).

  • Type:Sites & Trails

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Description

It is signposted with a stylised version of the waugal(rainbow serpent of the Aboriginal Dreamtime) and is suitable for people of all ages and experience. You can join the Bibbulmun Track for just a few hours, or for an epic end-to-end journey of up to 8 weeks! A wide variety of short walks, interpretive tours, extended trips, accommodation & walking packages and seminars plus a free information service and merchandise sales is offered by the lively 'Friends of the Bibbulmun Track', a non-profit organization which helps promote and care for the Track.

Bickley Reservoir Walk

Abundant with native birdlife, this moderate walk through the beautiful Wandoo granite outcrops looks out over the valley.

  • Type:Sites & Trails
  • Suited For:Dog-friendly
  • Activity:Bush Walking

Details

  • Open Days:Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays,School holidays,Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday

Description

A moderately difficult 3.2km walk with some steep climbs and descents. A great way to discover the native birdlife of the area. 

Start point: Car park off Hardinge Road. Leave the car park past the playground. Follow the path and head towards the right of the dam wall.
1. Reach Hardinge Road and turn left.
2. Reach a roundabout at the end of Hardinge road and continue through the white gate on a track marked "Katamoorda Heritage Trail."
3. Turn left and follow the chain link fence down the hill.
4. At the bottom of the hill, veer right and cross a water course on a small wooden bridge. Walk upstream following the water course.
5. At this point, turn left, leave the creek and head uphill on a badly eroded road.
6. Leave the road and take a track to the left.
7. Reach a reference point where there are great views of Bickley Reservoir.
8. A granite outcrop with Wandoo trees. There are sweeping views of the valley towards the city and coastal plain.
9. Reach the summit of the climb. There are several paths which leave the summit, take the third exit from the "roundabout" and proceed downhill. On this steep descent, the wall of Victoria Reservoir can be seen in the distance.
10. At this point, you will rejoin the uphill track. This is waypoint 6 on the outward track.
11. Deviate left and cross the creek. This is waypoint 5 on the outward track.
12. Once across the creek, walk on up to Hardinge Road.
13. Retrace your steps to the end of the walk at the car park.

Calamunnda Camel Farm

Camel rides and camel treks through native Australian bush at the Calamunnda Camel Farm.

  • Suited For:Families,Kids (4 - 12)
  • Activity:Animal Farm
  • Open days/Times:Open Thursday to Sunday
  • Type:Attractions

Details

  • Open Days:Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday

Description

Nestled in the hills above Perth, Western Australia, in a natural setting on the "Bibbulmun Track" the Calamunnda Camel Farm provides a unique opportunity to discover the rich variety of flora and fauna of the local Australian bush land.

Visitors can enjoy either a short camel ride or an extended camel trek and experience a whole new perspective of the "Darling Scarp" environment. Relax in the tranquil bush land setting and enjoy a family picnic or barbeque while watching the activities of the camel farm and a variety of native Australian animals. Light refreshments are available from our elevated tea rooms.

In season, magnificent displays of wildflowers appear also native banksias, eucalypts, casuarinas, grass trees and age-old cycads. The forest echoes to the calls and sights of native birds and it is possible to encounter Emu, Kangaroos and Wallabies as the camels carry you quietly through the forest.

Camel Farm Mountain Bike Trail

As the centre point for many of the Kalamunda Network Trails, Camel Farm is the ideal spot to park your car. The 'Camel Loop' is also one of the easier beginner trails perfect for families!

  • Type:Sites & Trails
  • Activity:Biking,Mountain Biking
  • Suited For:Families

Details

  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,School holidays

Description

The family friendly Calamunda Camel Farm is the centre point for many of the Kalamunda bike trails. It is the ideal starting point as it marks the head of a number of easy single-track courses.

Mountain biking experts at Wembley Cycles recommend:

From The Camel Farm, head back out the main gate of the camel farm and cross the road heading south on to Camel Train to the Black Stump Carpark. This loop will take you along the green trails to the Dell and then climb up to the top of Mt Gungin (consider using Drago as the way up it’s much easier). From the top of Mt Gungin the trail descends on some of the most fun trails in the network, Muffin Tops and Horny Devil before returning you to the Black Stump.

Once back at the Black Stump retrace your steps back to the Camel Farm for a cold drink.

Further details about individual tracks, along with maps are located here. https://www.kmbc.org.au/trails

 

Helena Pipehead Walk

A moderately easy walk with a few steep parts, lovely views of the pipehead dam and beautiful orchids in the late spring.

  • Type:Sites & Trails
  • Suited For:Dog-friendly
  • Activity:Bush Walking

Details

  • Open Days:Sunday,Public Holidays,School holidays,Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday

Description

A 5.2km walk through the Helena Valley in Kalamunda. 

Start: End of sealed road; there is room to park.

1. Take the left fork. The first part of the track is following the unmade Helena Valley Road.
2. Cross a dry water course with a steel bridge and a locked gate.
3. Continue on the track, good views of Pipe head Dam.
4. At this point, veer away from the river and head uphill.
5. At T-Junction, take the right fork at the Shire sign. This is the furthest point of the walk.
6. A track converges from the left near an old car body.
7. Ignore track to the right.
8. Cross an open area and through the white gate.
9. Rejoin main road and turn left.
10. Return to start.

Jorgensen Park Walk

A historic walk following the old fairways, this pleasant loop trail incorporates some of the Bibbulmun Track.

  • Type:Sites & Trails
  • Activity:Bush Walking
  • Suited For:Dog-friendly

Details

  • Open Days:Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays,School holidays,Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday

Description

Start Point: The car park of the Kalamunda Learning Centre.

1. Leave the car park at Jorgensen Park. Go through the treated pine fence and walk in an easterly direction on a well worn track down the middle of an old fairway.
2. Reach the end of the fairway; deviate right past a small clump of blackboys and continue on a marked path. There are houses and a fence on the right.
3. At the corner of the fence veer left and continue down hill on the track.
4. A track runs off to the right, going steeply downhill. Eventually this track meets Schipp Road. Ignore this track and turn left here and continue on the marked track.
5. Look for a wooden Bibbulmun Track sign at this point. Above it is a red walk trail sign. Turn right and walk along a narrow track towards a look out over the Helena Valley.
6. A lookout point overlooking the Helena River Valley with glimpses down the valley to the coastal plain.
7. Walk to the left of a Kalamunda National Park sign. Leave the Bibbulmun Track which at this point descends into the valley and continue on the walk track.
8. Continue across the end of the fairway coming in from the left. Go straight ahead and rejoin the Bibbulmun track.
9. Turn right at a wooden post with a Bibbulmun track marker on it.
10. At the bottom of the hill cross the end of the fairway. There is a small water course here. Turn left.
11. Turn left off the Bibbulmun track and cross the small water course. Walk up the fairway to your right and complete the walk at the Kalamunda Learning Centre.

Kalamunda Artisan Market

The markets run on the first Saturday of every month and have done for nearly 20 years.

  • Open days/Times:First Saturday of every month, 8.30am - 2pm
  • Activity:Markets
  • Suited For:Dog-friendly,Families

Details

  • Open Days:Saturday

Description

One of the top destinations in Perth, the Kalamunda Artisan Market is the only place to meet over 170 of the famous makers and growers from our great state.  Shop, taste and experience the best Perth and the Perth Hills region  have to offer on the first Saturday of every month.  A unique array of handcrafted, homegrown products in the beautiful Perth Hills, with all funds raised going to local charitable projects. 

Kalamunda Network Trail

Whether you are just starting out or an elite, with over 40km of fully signed-track, the Kalamunda Network Trails offer the ultimate mountain biking experience.

  • Type:Sites & Trails
  • Activity:Biking,Mountain Biking
  • Suited For:Families

Details

  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday

Description

Located 30 minutes from the Perth CBD, the trail offers an experience of the ancient bushland of Kalamunda. Boasting 44km of signposted track and more than 30 trails, there is an abundance of choice for both the amateurs and experienced biking enthusiasts. Although the main trail loop of 22km could be a little challenging for beginners, it is definitely doable and there are several shortcuts and alternative routes to make for an easier ride. 

The recommendation is to park at Camel Farm in Kalamunda, making that your starting point before heading out towards Joey’s Line. For beginners and families, the smaller circuit labelled the ‘Camel Farm Loop’ is a great option. 

Kalamunda Night Market

A monthly Night Market hosted in the heart of Kalamunda in operation from October - April annually.

  • Activity:Markets
  • Suited For:Families

Details

Description

Join us for a night of international street food and cuisine, followed by perusing through the various giftware stalls and open businesses on Haynes Street and In Central Mall. 

Music and entertainment will ensure to top your evening in our Kalamunda. 

Kalamunda Village Market

  • (08) 9257 2266

The best markets in the Perth Hills. Arts and crafts, food, plants, second hand treasures. It's all here for you. Open the first Saturday of every month.

  • Suited For:Families,Adults (18+),Seniors
  • Open days/Times:Open Sun 8-12pm
  • Activity:Art & Craft,Markets,Food & Drink
  • Type:Attractions

Details

  • Open Days:Sunday

Description

Kalamunda Waterpark

Kalamunda Water Park is a refreshed version of the old Kalamunda Wet’n’Wild and has benefited from completion of the first stage of a major redevelopment plan for the Park.

  • Open days/Times:Open 7 Days
  • Activity:Water Park
  • Type:Attractions
  • Suited For:Kids (4 - 12),Families

Details

  • Open Days:Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,School holidays,Public Holidays,Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday

Description

Come and experience for yourself why the people keep coming back to Kalamunda Water Park.

See if you've got what it takes to conquer the Yellow Devil tube Slide.  Can you handle the G forces of the Monster Corkscrew?  Hold on tight and try not to lose your breath.  Is that you I hear screaming?

Don't be fooled, not for the faint hearted!

Sound exhilarating?  That's because it is!

Be sure not to miss out on the action this summer, but If thrills and spills are not quite your thing, we are sure you will be just as content relaxing on our newly rejuvenated lawns amongst the ambience of the Perth Hills.

There are ample pools for the little ones and we pride ourselves on creating a family friendly environment. Come try our delicious kiosk food or bring your own food to throw down on one of our hire bbq's (BYO utensils)! We have plenty of grassed and shaded area for you to relax and enjoy your stay but get in early to reserve your area as these get snapped up quickly.  

You are welcome to bring your own shade but please confirm this with management prior to your visit.  So come down to Kalamunda Water Park and make your stay one you’ll never forget.

Piesse Gully Loop

A loop through Kalamunda National Park to the Rocky Pool.

  • Activity:Bush Walking
  • Type:Sites & Trails
  • Suited For:Dog-friendly

Details

  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays,School holidays

Description

This loop walk in the Kalamunda National Park has some difficult steep loose descents. There are beautiful views with many wildflowers and creeks which run in winter. It includes a section of the Bibbulmun Track.

Trail markers for this walk are blue.


Start point: Car park at the end of Spring Road. Leave the car park and head in a Northerly direction.
1. At the T- junction take the left fork and walk uphill.
2. Ignore a track to the left and continue on the main track.
3. At the T junction take the right fork and cross a small water course.
4. At this point, leave the main track and take a branch to the right. The point is indicated by a sign and a large cut log to the right of the track. This is the most distant point from the start of the walk.
5. The descent here is loose and stony, and crosses a rocky water course with a rock formation resembling a ram’s head.
6. A divergence in the track. In winter, due to the flow of water, it is necessary to deviate to the left through a grove of saplings. The track is indistinct but generally follows the creek line. Look for a blue marker on a dark Red Gum.
7. A bridge across the water course, directly under a high tension power line.
8. Leave the power line and veer right on a well made track following Shire of Kalamunda walk trail signs.
9. Rocky Pool, a spectacular pool with large granite boulders. There is water here for most of the summer.
10. The Bibbulmun Track joins the track from the left.
11. Turn right off the formed road, following the Bibbulmun Track markers. The turn is further indicated by a trail marker on a large post on the left of the road.
12. The Bibbulmun Track turns left and heads up the hill. Leave the Bibbulmun Track here, cross the water course to the right.
13. After crossing the water course, turn left. A Shire of Kalamunda walk sign on a tree directs you to the left, back to the start point.

S & R Orchard Perth

A beautiful orchard which hosts seasonal blossom festivals and offers fruit picking sessions

  • Suited For:Adults (18+),Families
  • Open days/Times:Sat & Sun - 8AM - 5PM
  • Type:Attractions
  • Activity:Fruit Farm,Fruit Picking

Details

  • Open Days:Saturday,Sunday

Description

This orchard is open from December- March for summer fruits and during September for the blossom season. S & R is also known for hosting wonderful seasonal festivals with family entertainment, all you can eat fruits, food vans and more!

 

The Fruit Corner

Bringing you fresh fruit and vegetables since 1953 - come and pick your own!

  • Open days/Times:Weekends
  • Activity:Fruit Farm,Fruit Picking
  • Suited For:Families,Adults (18+)

Details

  • Open Days:Saturday,Sunday

Description

Fresh local grown fruit and veggies. Family owned and run since 1953, been passed down through the generations.

You can also pick vegetables and grab some cupboard goodies such as homemade pasta sauces, jams and syrups.

The Valley Loop Trail

A pleasant walk around the Lesmurdie falls, offering sweeping views across the hills facing out towards the city.

  • Type:Sites & Trails
  • Suited For:Dog-friendly
  • Activity:Bush Walking

Details

  • Open Days:Sunday,Public Holidays,School holidays,Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday

Description

Walking down the hill, the trail follows the brook until it reaches a bridge at the top of the falls. A lookout allows you to view the falls and, on a clear day, the flat land of the coastal plain sweeps the eye out over Perth city to Rottnest Island on the western horizon. If you're feeling energetic, follow the trail down to the picnic area at the base of the hills. From here a short trail leads to the base of the falls. This is more like a waterfall in New Zealand than in Perth and is quite unique to the region.  The lush vegetation grows where the bubbling brook hits the base of the waterfall.

Up Close and Local Tours - Bickley Valley Wine and Cider Tours

Specialising in handcrafted tours of the Perth Hills wine and cider trail, Up Close and Local Tours small group sizes get you away from the crowds for a personalised and memorable experience.

  • Activity:Food & Drink,Cidery,Distillery,Whisky
  • Open days/Times:24 hours / 7 Days
  • Type:Tours
  • Suited For:Adults (18+)

Details

  • Open Days:Wednesday,Thursday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays
  • Tour Locations:Perth Hills and Bickley Valley Wineries and Cider Houses

Description

An Up Close and Local tour in the beautiful Bickley Valley wine region takes you up to the Perth Hills - a real hidden gem where you will discover a range of boutique local producers amongst the endless vineyards and orchards.

Get to know the locals, hear their stories and see first hand why the Perth Hills wine region is so unique.

Take a look at their daily Cider, Wine and Whiskey tour and half day Bickley Valley Wine and Cider tour, or have a private tour tailored specifically to your taste and interest.

Valley Fresh Produce

Located in Pickering, this farm offers avocados, cherries and loquats - come and pick your own!

  • Activity:Fruit Farm,Fruit Picking
  • Suited For:Families,Adults (18+),Kids (4 - 12),Teens (13 - 17)
  • Open days/Times:Weekends 10AM - 2PM

Details

  • Open Days:Sunday,Saturday

Description

Bring the whole family and pick your own fruit or vegetables fresh from the tree.

Open weekends and public holidays! 

Whistlepipe Gully

A reasonably easy walk blooming with beautiful spring wildflowers through the Mundy Regional Park.

  • Suited For:Adults (18+),Dog-friendly,Teens (13 - 17)
  • Type:Sites & Trails
  • Activity:Bush Walking

Details

Description

Start point: The end of Orange Valley Road.


1. Leave the turn around and walk down the right hand side of the creek. Please note: left and right are with reference to the direction of the flow of the creek.
2. Ahead is a bridge across the creek. This is an intersection with the Lewis Road walk. Do not cross the bridge.
3. The site of a house that spanned the creek in the 1960s. Just downstream from here, cross the creek and continue down the left side of the creek.
4. The car park at the end of Lewis Road; the alternative start point; and the downstream intersection with the Lewis Road Walk.
5. Retrace your steps to the crossing just below the old house ruins. Continue up the hill keeping the creek on your left.
6. Do not cross the bridge, continue upstream.
7. Return to the car park.

To help reduce the spread of Phytophthora Dieback along this walk trail and in the surrounding area:

Don’t spread soil or mud around bushland, in particular during spring & autumn;
Stick to tracks & paths;
Observe signage in your local bushland reserve and stay out of quarantined areas in bushland.

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