Kitty's Gorge Walk Trail (Insta mel_bestwick)
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6 Outdoor Exploring Ideas This Spring in the Perth Hills, Armadale Region

Perth is home to some incredible outdoor exploring activities. With spring here, it’s time to start planning your weekends and breaks to make the most of the natural beauty and perfect weather.

From hiking to picnic ideas, sports, rock climbing and much more, we encourage you to explore the Armadale, Perth Hills Area – here’s with some inspiration on what to do…

Hiking Trails in Armadale, Perth Hills area (Instagram – Gazahern)

I’m an Explorer

Six ideas for getting out this Spring in Perth and exploring, around the Perth Hills Armadale Region.

Champion Lakes

Champion Lakes Regatta Centre (Instagram
– bbuffham)

Embrace your inner athlete with a day out at Champion Lakes Regatta Centre.

Train at a world class water sport venue, there’s great running and cycling tracks to enjoy – or bring your own kayak and explore the 55 hectare lake.

Ready to race at Champion Lakes (Instagram –
k_pykelet)

Wungong Gorge

Wungong Gorge (Instagram – _simplyscenic_)

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Discover the centuries old Wungong Gorge, if you’re an experienced hiker you could take on a 15.5km hike through Wungong Regional Park.

Wungong Gorge blooming in spring (Instagram – Clive1978)

Munda Biddi Trail

(Instagram –
@ride_that_trail)

Get on your bike and ride the first section of the Munda Biddi Trail (Mundaring to Jarrahdale). Munda Biddi is Noongar for ‘path through the forest’.

Outdoor explorer activities – cycling the trail (Instagram –
mundabidditrailfoundation)

Churchman’s Brook

Credit – (Instagram –
keaitch)

Test your vertical limits with rock climbing at Churchman’s Brook. One of Western Australia’s most popular spots for rock climbing.

(Instagram –
wolfandwanderer)

GeoCaching Adventures

Bushwalking in Armadale’s Perth Hills area (Instagram)

Take your little explorers on a geocaching adventure and enjoy an outdoor treasure hunt while exploring the region on foot.

Haven’t heard of Geocaching? It’s a new real world, outdoor treasure hunting game that you can play at any time. The aim for players is to try and locate hidden containers, called geocaches, using a GPS enabled device (e.g. mobile phone) and then to share their experiences online. Learn more about GeoGoaching.

Plan the day and picnic or explore our parks in the springtime.

Mt Dale offers 360 degree views in the Perth Hills.

Hike Kitty’s Gorge Walk Trail

Kitty’s Gorge Walk Trail
(Insta mel_bestwick)

Hike Kitty’s Gorge Walk Trail and follow the Serpentine River to the spectacular Serpentine Falls. Bring a picnic or find one of our hidden gem cafes in the Perth Hills of Armadale

Kitty’s Gorge (Instagram – emilou_trainer)

For more ideas and details, VisitArmadale.com.au.

Whether you’re an explorer or a nature lover, history buff or culture lover, family fun seeker or foodie, there’s something for you.

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This is a sponsored post for Armadale Perth Hills Visitor Guide Campaign – by the City of Armadale – endorsed by So Perth. We value your feedback so please contact us with any questions on our sponsored post. Thank you for supporting So Perth and our local partners.


Disclaimer: This article is produced by the Perth Hills Armadale Visitor Centre and its agents. The greatest of care has been taken to ensure accuracy of the information contained herein, Perth Hills Armadale Visitor Centre, including its agents, officers and contractors accept no responsibility for any inaccuracy or mis-description whether by inclusion or omission, nor does the publisher accept any responsibility for subsequent change or withdrawal of prices, details or services shown which are subject to alternation without notice. Readers are advised to check weather patterns and appropriate trails WA websites for changes to conditions or safety tips before embarking on experiences.