Experience The Best Perth Waterfalls & Walking Trail Combos

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Do go chasing Perth waterfalls.

The cooler days are upon us, and as the rain falls, we prepare ourselves for winter adventures on some of Perth’s best waterfall trails.

The best bit about winter wandering? The waterfalls are flowing and create the best backdrop for an insta-worthy snap or a relaxing spot to sit and enjoy the sounds and sights of nature.

If you are looking for ‘Perth waterfalls near me’ – pack your backpacks, and dust off those boots, because we are sharing our collection of Perth waterfall wanders with you. 

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John Oldham Falls 

Our first Perth waterfalls stop is a hop and a skip from the CBD and a beautiful spot to escape the fast pace of city life.

John Oldham Falls is an urban gem and one of the underrated waterfalls in Perth. This lush park with stunning city views is part of the Narrows Interchange Parkland, and can be enjoyed as part of a small hike from Kings Park down, or included in a longer hike around Elizabeth Quay and the South Perth Foreshore. 

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Noble Falls

We begin our Perth hills waterfall hunt in Gidgegannup at Noble Falls.

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A small but precious waterfall, Noble Falls is one of the first to fill and flow with a drip of rain, so if you want an easy access waterfall, this child-friendly spot ticks the box. Meander next to Wooroloo Brook on a 2km loop and enjoy this peaceful and beginner-friendly waterfall wander. Another bonus? The trail is dog friendly! 

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