For when you want to go for a walk but not be out all day.
You may have paraded the parks and strolled the city streets of Perth, but how about something with a little more natural beauty without too much distance? We have the best beginner-friendly walks around Perth, where you can enjoy seaside spectacles, and wandoo woodland wanders with ease.
Kings Park | Law Walk
There are about a gazillion ways that you can enjoy the magic of Kings Park, and a stroll along the promenades and bridges is high up on the list. You can enjoy this loop walk along the Mt Eliza escarpment, crossing the federation walkway, and meandering through lemon scented gums as you drift a million miles away from the urban jungle that is so nearby. The world’s largest inner city park beams with life, colour, and sounds all year round, with even more spectacular wildflower shows in springtime.
Piesse Brook Interpretive Trail
Time to head for the hills, as we escape the city limits and adventure into the rugged landscape of the darling escarpment. The Piesse Brook interpretive trail is the perfect introduction to hiking in the hills, with some undulations on the trail, and the most stunning destination with a halfway stop at the iconic Rocky Pools. This is best enjoyed in winter and spring, when the water is flowing in the pools. Pack a picnic to enjoy at this hotspot, and take your time to read the educational plaques dotted along the trail.