Head to Noble Falls for a family picnic, a nature walk, or just to capture your own waterfall moment surrounded by tranquil jarrah, marri and blackbutt bushland. Visit in spring and you can stroll amongst the wildflowers, including rare species found nowhere else on Earth.
You’ll find the falls about 5.5 kilometres outside the quaint country town of Gidgegannup, a 30-minute drive inland from Perth. The 3.5 kilometre walk trail is waymarked from Noble Falls Car Park, opposite Noble Falls Tavern. Follow the trail along Wooroloo Brook to the falls, which are at their bubbling, tumbling best in winter and spring.
From August to October, look out for yellow wattles, rich blue Leschenaultia, orchids, Hakeas, Grevilleas, rose coneflowers, cone bushes, triggerplants and Verticordias, as well as an abundance of birds.
There are free barbecues at the falls, or you can stop for lunch in Gidgegannup to sample the region’s fresh produce, and book a night at one of the town’s charming bed and breakfasts. Alternatively, include a visit to Noble Falls and Gidgegannup in an extended Swan Valley tasting road trip.