Bidi Bo Djinoong

Trail Information

The Bidi Bo Djinoong (translation "Trail with views forever") lies on Whadjuk Noongar land with directional marking being depicted with the Quondong. This 6.1km trail offers magnificent ocean views over the Wardun (Indian Ocean) to Rottnest Island and wonderful city views from Kulbardi Walk through the superb bushland remnant of Bold Park. This trail links with the Bush to Beach Trail near the southern border of Bold Park and heads west then north. It ends at Bold Park Aquatic where it joins the central section of the Yange Kep Bidi.

The trail is suitable for all walkers with a moderate level of fitness required along the Bold Park Kulbardi Walk where the path surfaces vary. Some of the bushland pathways through Bold Park are unsealed.

The Bidi Bo Djinoong is dog and cycle friendly however through Bold Park, bicycles are prohibited. The alternate route continues north along Kalinda Drive and then heads east on The Boulevard to end the walk at Bold Park Aquatic.

The Bidi Bo Djinoong can be enjoyed throughout the year and abundant wild flowers will be appreciated in the spring. The bird life is spectacular. As the weather in Perth in the summer can become very hot, it is always advisable to bring plenty of drinking water, and to wear sunscreen and a hat. Mobile phone coverage is good, and use of maps is available with most providers.

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Bushland Friends Groups

  • Friends of Bold Park Bushland

    Friends of Bold Park Bushland

  • Cambridge Coastcare

    Cambridge Coastcare

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Signage

Trails are well marked with directional signs as below including the icon of the Long Neck Turtle. Look for triangular trail markers as depicted in footpaths and bollards along the route.

Signage for Bidi Bo Djinoong Trail Back to top