Bold Park, Floreat

Bold Park, Floreat by Sally Wallace

Reabold Hill, Floreat

Reabold Hill, Floreat by Friends of Bold Park Bushland

Gazing at Mosman Park

Gazing at Mosman Park, by Sally Wallace

Lake Monger

Lake Monger, by Sally Wallace

Nedlands Foreshore

Nedlands Foreshore, by Sally Wallace

Carmelite Monastery

Carmelite Monastery, by Sally Wallace

Lake Monger City Views

Lake Monger views to city, by Sally Wallace

Carnabys Cockatoo

Carnabys Cockatoo, by Sally Wallace

Herdsman Lake Boardwalk

Herdsman Lake Boardwalk, by Sally Wallace

Mount Claremont

Mount Claremont, by Sally Wallace

Buff-Banded Rail, by David Free

Buff-Banded Rail, by David Free

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QR Codes are used in our trails

Our trails use QR Codes

Interpretive signs in bushland areas have QR codes enabling one to listen to Aboriginal stories and songs, and to learn additional information about the fauna and flora in the area.

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The Whadjuk network of walking trails lies on Noongar land, connecting remnant bushland areas in the western suburbs of Perth. With links to iconic, heritage and Noongar trails in the area, they offer users a unique experience and appreciation for the land, catering for a large variety of interests. The location of the network of trails resulted from comprehensive input from the community and WESROC member Councils over many years. Trail users will appreciate expansive views from the Indian Ocean to the Perth skyline, while experiencing the diversity of remnant bushland areas so close to the city.

Trails are well marked with directional signs that include an icon and are suitable for all walkers, with a moderate level of fitness required in places. Users should look for triangular markers in footpaths and bollards along the route. Information relating to fauna, flora, and indigenous cultural heritage, is contained within the trails. The majority of trails are dog and cycle friendly and can be enjoyed in sections to suit walkers' abilities and available time.