Have you Instagrammed the Swan View Tunnel?
The Swan View Tunnel is a former railway tunnel opened in 1896 located on the southern side of the Jane Brook valley in the outer Perth suburb of Swan View in the John Forrest National Park.
After its closure as a railway tunnel, it was reopened as part of a heritage trail and now the public is welcome to come and explore the tunnel.
There is even some that say that the tunnel might be haunted, which could make for a spooky evening visit.
Please note that if it has been raining make sure to take boots as the tunnel can become quite wet and muddy.
Swan View Tunnel Photo Gallery
Explore John Forest National Park
Tie in your visit to the Swan View Tunnel with exploring the remainder of John Forest National Park, which is one of Australia’s oldest conservation areas and Western Australia’s first national park proclaimed in November 1900. The visitor area contains barbecue and picnic facilities and cultivated gardens of native plants.
Download: John Forrest National Park Guide