Off The Beaten Track WA

Adventure and Outdoors Tours

Off The Beaten Track WA (OTBT) is Perth’s leading premier Hiking Experience & Adventure Tour operator, providing guests with over 70 safe, fun, inclusive experiences in a fully supported environment where people from all walks of life can connect.

Experience the exceptional, from rugged coastal beauty to deep immersion in ancient forests, adventurous day tours on the water or from high in the treetops! You will immerse yourself in nature, let go of your worries, feel grounded and empowered.

Their experiences range from rugged multi-day treks along WA’s world-class long-distance trails to weekenders that highlight the best a region has to offer. They have Hike, Wine & Dine Experiences for those that like the finer things in life, or microadventures for those that like to keep things simple. They are incredibly diverse, but the one constant, is that all their experiences will enrich your life!

OTBT is passionate about providing quality, unique and unforgettable nature-based experiences and are committed to best practice with all environmental aspects to ensure we leave a minimal footprint.

Restore your soul now, through connection to nature, to others and yourself with one of their experiences!

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$60

Watching the milky way unfold in the night sky is truly magical. Witnessing it from Sullivan Rock and it is simply unforgettable!

You will hike from Sullivan Rock to Mt Vincent through lush Jarrah and Banksia forest and then out on to giant granite slopes to enjoy the sunset and amazing views from the peak.

Here you’ll enjoy a delicious gourmet spread of antipasto goodness as we watch the sky transform from daylight to dusk to darkness.

Arriving back at Sullivan Rock, Astronomer Rob Hunt will will take you on a journey of the night sky and tell you about the stars, moon, constellations, planets, then you will have a chance to view it all through a 14 inch telescope. This will be quite a special starry night to remember!

Total hike distance is 5kms, the terrain is quite uneven with a steep ascent/descent so sturdy shoes with good grip are a must, the trail is achievable for most people.

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$60

Off The Beaten Track WA has designed a challenging endurance training session through Wungong Regional Park featuring the toughest hills with the best views! This unforgettable blood pumping session will push you both physically and mentally but will leave you feeling empowered and exhilarated!

Have you ever wanted to push yourself and conquer steep rocky hills? Are you training for a big trek and need to improve your endurance? Off The Beaten Track WA has just the trick for you!

The Wungong Gorge Extreme Endurance Hike features 18kms of calf burning hills and steep rocky terrain surrounded by stunning valley views.

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$140

Discover Dwellingup with Off The Beaten Track WA as you embark on the Hotham Valley for a train ride from Dwellingup to Etmilyn Train Station – an old 1920s train station along the Dwellingup Forest Railway. You’ll disembark at the Etmilyn Train Station for a short stroll around the Etmilyn Forest Walk before jumping on the Bibbulmun Track for your return hike to town, where you’ll enjoy some tasty gourmet pizzas.

The Bibbulmun Track is Western Australia’s very own world-class long distance trail! When you immerse yourself in the Bibbulmun beauty found in the Darling Ranges it is easy to see why this trail is so highly regarded!

You can expect stunning Darling Range forest comprising of jarrah, banksia, grass trees and marri eucalypts with a combo of narrow windy trails and some 4×4 tracks! This 10km hike has some great natural scenery with a dose of railway history to take you back in time.

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$45

Ignite your senses and calm your mind by experiencing the magic of Lesmurdie Falls during sunset, dusk then darkness!

As the sun goes down you will witness the Perth city skyline and surrounding valley of Mundy Regional Park transition from an outstandingly scenic wonderland of things to see to a utopia of sounds and scents. As we enjoy gorgeous sunset views over the Swan Coastal Plain, your senses will be ignited and your mind will be clear. Complete this perfect evening with a glass of bubbles and some delicious cheese and artisan crackers, lots of smiles and a guaranteed good time.

Off The Beaten Track WA provides a trained and experienced Guide/Host for their Hiking Experiences & Adventure Tours. They carry two-way communication devices, a personal location beacon when phone signal is not available and we’re a fully licensed, insured and accredited Western Australian tourism business providing hiking and adventure experiences with a twist!

Disabled Access

Carpark

$50

Abyssinia Rock is a hidden gem on the Bibbulmun Track and a real a treat to explore!

This 11km hike begins by taking you slightly uphill through dense jarrah and she-oak bushland, filled with grass trees, banksias and a variety of wildflowers. After a couple of kms the trail narrows and starts to wind across a ridge, a break in the trees to the south gives you a glimpse of the amazing views to come! Following the Wagyl, you begin to make your way downhill to the giant granite dome – Abyssinia Rock!

Join Off The Beaten Track WA as we guide you on an 11km hike complete with awe-inspiring views of the Monadnocks of the Darling Range and a delicious and nutritious morning tea on the Abysinnia Rock Hiking Experience!

Off The Beaten Track WA provides a trained and experienced Guide/Host for our Hiking Experiences & Adventure Tours. We carry two-way communication devices, a personal location beacon when phone signal is not available and we’re a fully licensed, insured and accredited Western Australian tourism business providing hiking and adventure experiences with a twist!

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From $795 to $895

The Bibbulmun (Bib) Track stretches 1003 kms from Kalamunda to Albany and is Western Australia’s longest walking trail.

Join us for a 73 km multi-day hiking adventure from Kalamunda to Brookton Hwy in the Darling Range and be taken on a scenic journey over granite outcrops, through eucalyptus and wandoo forests and across undulating landscape.

You will experience parts of the Darling Range that are remote and only accessible by foot on this 5 day adventure off the beaten track in WA!

This is a multi-day hiking experience carrying your own gear and being completely immersed in nature for 5 days days.

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$50

Take a step back in time as they guide you on a 6km hike along the historical Victoria Reservoir Walk Trail in Korung National Park.

As you experience the magic of this stunning trail, you’ll admire the beautiful wandoo and she-oak forests that compliment the granite outcrops and enjoy the views from different vantage points along the way. You’ll admire the amazing valley views, giant granite boulders, open vistas and city skyline views as we make our way along this history rich Perth hiking trail.

You’ll take in the incredible blue waters of the reservoir before moving on to the old Victoria dam for a dose of history. When you reach Australia’s oldest wooden bridge – The Mason & Bird Tramway, you’ll enjoy a delicious gourmet morning tea before finishing our hike with some amazing valley views and boulder hopping! This is a very scenic and interesting trail with lookouts, interpretive signage, granite outcrops and a multitude of landscapes to admire.

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From $185 to $200

Be totally immersed in the lush jarrah forest as you meander alongside the Collie River from Wellington Dam to Honeymoon Pool!

As you set off on your hike, you’ll stop to take in the biggest dam mural in the world at Wellington Dam Mural. Painted by world-renowned artist Guido Van Helten, this 8000 square metre statement piece, titled Reflections was created from photographs and stories from the local area and incredibly impressive!

Leaving the Wellington Dam, you’ll enjoy the tranquil sounds of the water cascading down the rocks and the delightful scents of the forest as you hike the Jabitj Trail for 12 wonderful kilometres. As you make your way to Honeymoon Pool you’ll admire the rolling hills and glorious vistas with granite outcrops aplenty. You’ll stop for a break mid hike to enjoy a delicious and nutritious morning tea which will recharge you just enough to finish your hike.

After working up an appetite on your hike through Wellington National Park, you’ll head to the Harris River Estate Winery for a delicious platter of local products. To accompany your grazing experience, you’ll enjoy either a wine fight, beer paddle or gin paddle.

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From $190 to $209

You’ll board the OTBT bus in Baldivis and make your way to the South West region of WA. After a coffee stop at the Crooked Carrot Cafe, you’ll stop to take in the biggest dam mural in the world – the Wellington Dam Mural. Painted by world-renowned artist Guido Van Helten, this 8000 square metre statement piece, titled Reflections was created from photographs and stories from the local area and incredibly impressive!

Leaving Wellington Dam, you’ll enjoy the scenic drive to Honeymoon Pool, where you’ll stop for a short 3km stroll to stretch the legs and have some delicious morning tea by the cascades before you venture on to the small regional WA town of Collie.

You’ll meet Simone from Traaverse at the beautiful Minninup Pool, where she’ll Guide you through a 2hr paddle up the Collie River!

After working up an appetite on our kayaks, you’ll head to the Harris River Estate Winery for a delicious gourmet grazing board of local products accompanied with your choice of either a wine fight, beer paddle or gin paddle.

Disabled Access

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$80

The Kalamunda to Mundaring Weir section of the Bibbulmun Track features steep rocky terrain, flowing waters, granite boulders, picturesque views over the Mundaring Weir and Lake CY O’Connor plus amazing valley views all combined in 20kms of hiking gold!

From the Bibbulmun Track Northern Terminus (Kalamunda), you will travel through the former golf course that is now known as Jorgensen Park and into Kalamunda National Park. Following the creek line of Piesse Brook downwards you will admire spectacular valley views before you start heading up hill past granite outcrops and boulders and through lush mixed Jarrah forest. Shortly after you pass the Camel Farm the track levels out and stays relatively flat as you pass numerous gorgeous granite outcrops which make excellent vantage points to stop and take in the inspiring views of Paull’s Valley!

You’ll stop at Golden View lookout to admire the views of the Mundaring Weir before hiking through Beelu National Park to reach the Weir and Lake CY O’Connor. After crossing the weir, you will pass some large granite boulders before reaching the Mundaring Weir Hotel where you can have a nice cold refreshing drink and toast to your hiking achievement!

Disabled Access

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$50

Sullivan Rock to Mt Cuthbert is arguably one of the best day hike sections of the Bibbulmun Track!

As you ascend Mt Vincent, the views to the South West are stunning and worth stopping to admire. You’ll head over the summit of Mt Vincent and back down along the Bibbulmun towards Mt Cuthbert. Not too far into the descent you will be surrounded by lush Jarrah & Ghost Gum forest filled with Banksias and Grass Trees, on a cold wet day this valley feels quite mystical!

As you reach the top of Mt Cuthbert, you will be rewarded with a delicious morning tea and awe-inspiring views of the Monadnocks Conservation Park!

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From $155 to $175

Be totally immersed in the lush jarrah forest as you enjoy the tranquil sounds of the Murray River cascading down stream before enjoying a gourmet grazing board with cider at The Wine Tree Cidery in the small quaint trail town, Dwellingup.

You will meander through the old growth forest and admire some of the 500 species of flora that take home in Lane Poole Reserve. Tracing the steps of the old timber railway will lead you past hidden cascades, gorgeous moss covered granite outcrops and down to the Murray River. As you wander through the undulating woodlands you’ll be totally in awe of the lush Jarrah forest which will lead us to the mighty 250+ year old King Jarrah Tree!

After working up an appetite on your hike through Lane Poole Reserve, you’ll head to the delightful Wine Tree Cidery in the beautiful Holyoake Valley. Here you’ll enjoy a gourmet grazing board complete with WA award winning local products.

Disabled Access

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$95

Experience ziplining and high ropes obstacles amongst the beautiful Jarrah and Pine trees of Nanga, a gorgeous 8km hike along the Chuditch trail and a delicious morning tea, on the Dwellingup Treetops Adventure Hike!

You will experience exhilarating views as you fly through the treetops or quickly stop to catch your breath in the middle of the suspended platforms. Breathe in the fresh air from the pine and jarrah trees as you swing, leap and wobble high above Nanga Mill! Experience soaring aerial obstacles up to 25m high that’ll have you flying and laughing with the kookaburras as you push your limits and challenge yourself! After 2hrs of treetop fun you will enjoy a short break and delicious morning tea then hit the trails for a 8km hike through a lush Jarrah and Banksia forest filled with grass trees and bracken ferns.

This experience will leave you feeling exhilarated, challenged and fulfilled!

Please note: Children over 8 years can participate if accompanied by an adult.

Disabled Access

Carpark Family Friendly

$45

Have you ever wanted to push yourself and conquer steep rocky hills? Are you training for a big trek and need to improve your endurance? Off The Beaten Track WA has just the trick for you! The Four Peaks Endurance Hike will take you up Mt Vincent & Mt Cuthbert tackling steep rocky ascents and descents whilst you take in the stunning views of the Darling Ranges.

They will step up the pace whilst they lead you along the Bibbulmun Track from Sullivan Rock to the peak of Mt Cuthbert, where they will take a short break to recharge then return via Mt Vincent to Sullivan’s. All this whilst surrounded by mixed jarrah forest, an abundance of wildflowers and ‘mountain’ views!

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$195

Starting at the historic town of Jarrahdale, you’ll follow the Stacey’s Loop and Kitty’s Gorge trails through the old growth forest, over boardwalks and bridges, alongside the Gooralong Brook and up to secluded granite outcrops that offer superb valley views. You’ll admire the Serpentine Valley, it’s stunning vistas, peaceful sounds and fresh scents. As you wander through the undulating woodlands you’ll be totally in awe of the picturesque forest that will lead you all the way to Serpentine Falls.

After working up an appetite on your hike through Serpentine National Park, you’ll head to the stunning Millbrook Winery to dine on alfresco perfection fresh from the kitchen!

Stunning waterfalls, hidden cascades, granite outcrops, boardwalks and wooden bridges, are just some of the features of your 8km hike.

Disabled Access

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$40

Have you ever wanted to push yourself and conquer steep rocky hills? Are you training for a big trek and need to improve your endurance? Off The Beaten Track WA has just the trick for you! The Jarrahdale Endurance Hike features 10kms of calf burning hills and steep rocky terrain surrounded by stunning valley views complete with waterfalls and cascades.

Off The Beaten Track WA will lead you on a challenging hike along parts of the Kitty’s Gorge Trail, Kitty’s Track and Stacey’s Loop in Serpentine National Park to bring you an unforgettable blood pumping training session!

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$55

Experience the impressive 250 year old King Jarrah Tree as you loop through the Jarrah Forest and admire views of the Murray River on the King Jarrah Hiking Experience with Off The Beaten Track WA.

The King Jarrah trail traces the former transportation routes of the once vibrant timber industry. The much prized hard woods of jarrah, marri and blackbutt saw a proliferation of timber towns in the late nineteenth century and were an important source of employment for the early pioneers.

This 18km guided hike can be quite challenging with some steep rocky sections, but the last 11 kms is relatively flat as it follows the Murray River on an old 4 x 4 track. You can expect to see plenty of wildlife and birdlife and hear the water flowing along the river on this full day hiking experience in Lane Poole Reserve, Dwellingup.

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$55

Follow the Gooralong Brook and experience Perth’s best hiking trail, Kitty’s Gorge and all its sights, sounds and smells!

You will be guided along the Stacey’s Loop and Kitty’s Gorge trails over bridges, past cascades, moss covered granite outcrops, through lush jarrah forests, an old pine plantation and many waterfalls to the iconic Serpentine Falls in Serpentine National Park! Here you will enjoy a delicious and nutritious morning tea to recharge before your return hike back up the valley to the historic town of Jarrahdale!

You can expect amazing views, awe-inspiring scenery, historical tales, stunning waterfalls and a fun filled day out on the trails all wrapped up in a full day hiking experience along Kitty’s Gorge with OTBT!

Disabled Access

Carpark

$50

Kitty’s Gorge features one of Perth’s most scenic and secluded waterfalls!

Join Off The Beaten Track WA and other happy hikers as they follow the Gooralong Brook and take in the sights, sounds and smells of one of Perth’s best hiking trails!

You will be guided along the Stacey’s Loop and Kitty’s Gorge trails over bridges, past cascades, moss covered granite outcrops, through lush jarrah forests, an old pine plantation and the very scenic ‘Kitty’s Waterfall’ in Serpentine National Park! They will stop on a secluded granite outcrop to enjoy a delicious morning tea and admire the scenic valley views before retracing our steps back to the historic town of Jarrahdale.

Disabled Access

Carpark

$60

There is something very mysterious about a full moon! Lunar energy can have a powerful healing force and when combined with yoga can release tension and restore you, leaving you feeling grounded, rejuvenated and fulfilled. Combine this with the natural benefits of hiking and nature and you have the ultimate moonlight bathing session.

As you are guided along the trail by Off The Beaten Track WA, you will witness the sun setting over the valley and the surrounding hills transform from daylight, to dusk to darkness. You will relax at the Golden View Lookout, take in the views of the Mundaring Weir and Beelu National Park and watch the moon rise as you move through your relaxing yoga practice under the stars.

To complete this ultimate bliss experience you will be served warm herbal tea and a light supper.

Disabled Access

Carpark

$50

Experience the tranquillity and mindfulness of night hiking as you make your way along the Bibbulmun track, through the lush forest to Manns Gully.

You’ll be guided along the Bibbulmun Track from Perth Hills Discovery Centre, through mixed jarrah/marri forest and directly into your happy place. As you take steps through the wilderness you’ll notice the tall trees, blooming parrot bush, xanthorrhoeas, zamia palms and spots of colourful wildflowers.

You’ll take a narrow, windy trail lined with karri hazel to your special twilight granite platform. Here you’ll enjoy some gourmet nibbles and warming herbal tea as you take in the calm of your surroundings. As you sit immersed in nature, your senses are ignited as you witness the changing hues of the setting sun across the gully!

You’ll retrace your steps through the forest to complete your hiking experience.

Disabled Access

Carpark

$165

Off The Beaten Track WA will lead you on a hike along the Bibbulmun Track through mixed jarrah forest from Sullivan Rock to Mt Cooke Campsite. After setting up camp at Mt Cooke, you will enjoy dinner to the sound of the black cockatoos song. As the sun goes down we will light the campfire and enjoy the mesmerising flames, warmth and ambience as the cool night air sets in.

On day two you will leave the heavy packs at camp and head on up to the summit of Mt Cooke and hike along the ridge to the elusive Mt Cooke Cave before returning to camp for lunch. After you have recharged, you’ll hike back to Sullivan Rock together. The comradery of a group Overnight Hike is like no other! The sense of achievement you will gain from this experience is very fulfilling!

Disabled Access

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$45

Mt Cooke is the highest peak in the Darling Ranges and is definitely their favourite!

Unlike its buddies Mt Cuthbert and Mt Vincent, Mt Cooke features around 3km of trail along the main ridge of the summit and spectacular views in all directions. Within the first 5 minutes of this hike you’ll find yourself ascending up the South side of the monadnock along a rugged narrow rocky trail and will be immediately impressed by large sloping granite outcrops and giant boulders.

You’ll take the incline nice and easy but as they reach the top you’ll stop to explore the Mt Cooke Cave! This hiking experience can be quite steep in parts but is very rewarding and a whole lot of fun! You can expect stunning views in all directions, rugged landscapes and serenity as you immerse yourself in this very special trail.

As you meander along the summit of Mt Cooke, you will stop to admire the views from 582m above sea level and enjoy a delicious gourmet picnic.

Disabled Access

Carpark

$50

Watching the sunrise from the top of Sullivan Rock is a real heart-warming experience. As the sun peaks over the neighbouring hills and the light hits your face a sense of calm washes over you.

Hiking and being out in nature is great for the body, mind and soul. As they guide you on a hike from Sullivan Rock to Mt Vincent through lush Jarrah and Banksia forest you will feel the warmth of the dappled light filtering through the forest canopy. As you reach the giant granite slopes, you will be in awe of the spectacular views to the West. At the peak of this monadnock you will enjoy a blissful guided meditation led by Maria at Parnita’s before enjoying a delicious morning tea complete with hot herbal tea.

The Mt Vincent Sunrise Meditation Hiking Experience will leave you feeling relaxed, restored and rejuvenated!

Disabled Access

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$55

Experience a tranquil hike along the Bibbulmun Track to the top of Mt Vincent on a lovely evening with Off The Beaten Track WA.

As we will guide you on a hike from Sullivan Rock to Mt Vincent through lush Jarrah and Banksia forest you will feel the warmth of the dappled light peaking through the forest canopy as the sunsets.

As we reach the giant granite slopes of Mt Vincent we will enjoy the transformation of the sky from dusk to darkness whilst we graze on a platter of gourmet nibbles and sip on a warm cup of delicious herbal tea. As we hike back to Sullivan Rock, we will watch the milky way unfold above and listen to the utopia of sounds that night hiking brings.

Off The Beaten Track WA provides a trained and experienced Guide/Host for our Hiking Experiences & Adventure Tours. We carry two-way communication devices, a personal location beacon when phone signal is not available and we’re a fully licensed, insured and Award Winning accredited Western Australian tourism business providing hiking and adventure experiences with a twist!

Disabled Access

Carpark

$40

Off The Beaten Track WA invites you to listen to the sound of the water cascading downstream as you enjoy a delicious High Tea with your beloved child on the Mummy (or Daddy) & Me Hike Tea.

Whistlepipe Gully is a leisurely 3.5km trail in Mundy Regional Park that takes you along the gully’s edge past cascades and small waterfalls. The scenery on this hike is very pretty with the banks of the gully lined with lush green foliage, paper-bark trees and a variety of wildflowers.

Disabled Access

Carpark Family Friendly

$60

Discover the Numbat trail in the Paruna Wildlife Sanctuary with Off The Beaten Track WA!

The Numbat Trail is the longest of three trails that Paruna has to offer and right from the start you can see why it has a good reputation. You can expect a complex mosaic of woodland, shrubland and heathland throughout steep granite slopes, boardwalks, eerie marshes and amazing views of the Paruna Gorge. As you traverse the many switchbacks the fresh scent of eucalyptus is ever present.

Paruna sanctuary is in the Darling Range, and sits on the western margin of the ‘Yilgarn Block’; an ancient granite landform that formed over 2.5 billion years ago. The scenic Avon Valley, where Paruna is located, was carved out by the Avon River over thousands of years. The sanctuary itself is characterised by extremely steep slopes, numerous streams and creeklines, and areas of exposed granite.

The sanctuary is home to a number of significant species including the threatened Chuditch (Western Quoll), Carnaby’s Black Cockatoo, and small mammals such as the Honey Possum which lives in Paruna’s diverse heathlands, and the Western Pygmy Possum.

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$175

Experience the stunning views of Piesse Brook, Rocky Pools and the Helena River Valley as they guide you on a 9 km hike along Perth’s best hiking trail; the Bibbulmun Track, before enjoying a two course feast with cider at Core Cider House in Pickering Brook!

You will meander through lush jarrah forests and wandoo woodlands, past giant granite boulders and admire the sound of cascades as you immerse yourself in the beauty of Kalamunda National Park. With some steep and rocky ascents and descents throughout your hike, the awe-inspiring views across the valleys will provide a great opportunity for you to stop and catch your breath and admire your beautiful surroundings.

After working up an appetite, you’ll head to the picturesque Core Cider House to enjoy a two course lunch and glass of Core Cider’s award winning Ciders whilst overlooking 40 acres of orchards from the deck. If cider isn’t your thing, you are welcome to a glass of wine or a tasty hot coffee.

Wildflower lined trails, lush jarrah forest, rocky pools, ancient granite boulders and breathtaking scenery are just some of the features of your 12 km hike.

Disabled Access

Carpark

$40

Have you ever wanted to push yourself and conquer steep rocky hills? Are you training for a big trek and need to improve your endurance? Off The Beaten Track WA has just the trick for you! The Piesse Brook Endurance Training Hike features 10kms of calf burning hills and steep rocky terrain surrounded by stunning valley views.

Off The Beaten Track WA will lead you on a hike along parts of the Bibbulmun Track and Rocky Pool Walk Trail as well as other intersecting trails to bring you an unforgettable training session! You can expect delightful valley views, amazing granite boulders, lush jarrah forest and wandoo woodlands and an elevated heart rate on the Piesse Brook Endurance Hike!

Disabled Access

Carpark

$40

Ignite your senses and calm your mind by experiencing the magic of a Point Peron sunset!

As the sun goes down you will witness the light and shadows transform over the Shoalwater Islands Marine Park and Cockburn Sound! As you meander for a beginner friendly 3kms along the crushed limestone trail you’ll admire the stunning coastal clifftops and rugged coastline of Rockingham.

As you gaze at the beautiful sunset, you’ll listen to the waves crashing up against the limestone rocks which will clear your mind but ignite your senses! Complete this perfect evening with a glass of bubbles and some delicious cheese and artisan crackers, lots of smiles and a guaranteed good time.

Disabled Access

Carpark

$35

Discover the enchanted paperbarks, cascades and hidden natural spa of Roley Pools as we take you on a journey along the Boardwalk Trail.

At only 2.6kms this grade 3 trail is perfect for beginner hikers wanting to dip their toe in to hiking and little adventurers looking to explore!

You’ll pass giant granite boulders and calm waters of the pools as you meander through the trees. Your Guides will share some insights on the environment and the role you all play in preserving it.

You’ll stop at Nature’s Spa and enjoy a delicious morning tea together before making your way back through the trees and past the boulders for one more dose of tranquillity!

Disabled Access

Carpark Family Friendly

$60

As the sun goes down you will witness the Serpentine Valley transition from an outstandingly scenic wonderland of things to see to a utopia of sounds and scents and all from the top of Kitty’s Ridge! You will be totally immersed in the lush jarrah forest and tranquil sounds of the Gooralong Brook as you hike through Serpentine National Park to a secluded granite outcrop for a spectacular sunset in the valley.

After working up an appetite on your hike through Serpentine National Park, you’ll enjoy the tranquillity of the valley as you dine on a gourmet grazing board complete with cheeses, dips, crudites, olives, cured meats, crackers and fresh fruit accompanied with a glass of bubbles!

After admiring the light and shadows on the surrounding hills of the valley during sunset and a bite to eat, you will enjoy a hike by torchlight back to the start of the trail in the old historic town of Jarrahdale. You’ll admire the Serpentine Valley, it’s stunning vistas, peaceful sounds and fresh scents. As you wander through the undulating woodlands you’ll be totally in awe of the picturesque forest and serenity.

Disabled Access

Carpark

$95

Experience a special starry night whilst you graze on a delicious gourmet antipasto platter and admire the wonders of the universe through your 14 inch telescope from Golden View Lookout in the Perth Hills!

Your senses will be ignited as you’re Guided on a 5km sunset hike along the Bibbulmun Track in the Darling Scarp to secluded granite outcrops with awe-inspiring views.

You’ll be welcomed to your “Star Grazing” deck with a glass of bubbles and a delicious platter of gourmet delights. After grazing on a smorgasbord of fine food, look up and graze on the sparkles above as Astronomer Rob talks you through a sky filled with stars and planets above.

This experience will connect you with nature, the universe and leave you feeling refreshed, revitalised and bellyful!

Disabled Access

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$50

As the sun rises over the water, you will be mindful of your environment, at peace and in awe of the natural beauty that surrounds you. Watching the sunrise is a truly special moment and when combined with a 6km hike, yoga, mindfulness and a delicious morning tea you have yourself the perfect experience to balance the body, mind and spirit.

Off The Beaten Track WA invites you to attend their Sunrise Yoga Hike and fill your cup! Be guided over boardwalks and through wetlands along the Erskine Nature Trail at dawn to a heart-warming sunrise yin yoga session ran by Parnita’s Yoga!

Disabled Access

Carpark

$60

Watching the milky way unfold in the night sky is truly magical. Witnessing it from Sullivan Rock and it is simply unforgettable!

They will hike from Sullivan Rock to Mt Vincent through lush Jarrah and Banksia forest and then out on to giant granite slopes to enjoy the sunset and amazing views from the peak.

Here you’ll enjoy a delicious gourmet spread of antipasto goodness as you watch the sky transform from daylight to dusk to darkness.

Arriving back at Sullivan Rock, Astronomer Rob Hunt will take you on a journey of the night sky and tell you about the stars, moon, constellations, planets, then you will have a chance to view it all through a 14 inch telescope. This will be quite a special starry night to remember!

Total hike distance is 5kms, the terrain is quite uneven with a steep ascent/descent so sturdy shoes with good grip are a must, the trail is achievable for most people.

Disabled Access

Carpark Family Friendly

$99

Wander on water where the majestic cityscape looks over you, and the diamond waters sparkle and glow in the setting sun.

Off The Beaten Track WA invites you to join them for a 2 hr guided kayak experience along the South Perth shoreline to explore the historic swan estuary as the sun goes down over the water and the city lights begin to glisten.

Leave the hiking boots at home and join them to wander on a waterway that comes to life with birds and fish as they feed before the sun disappears for the day and all of this beside a backdrop that is breathtakingly beautiful.

After the paddle, enjoy the Perth city lights come to life as you enjoy some gourmet nibbles.

They’ll teach you all the basic paddling techniques before you set out on your city sunset tour. Your completely stable kayaks will ensure your wander is wobble-free. Suitable for beginner paddlers through to advanced.

Presenting Perth in its best light, this tour truly has the wow factor.

Disabled Access

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$50

Experience the impressive and historic Swan View Tunnel, the delightfully scenic National Park Falls and views of the Swan Coastal Plain from the Eagle View Lookout on the Tunnels, Falls & Eagle Views Hiking Experience.

The Swan View Tunnel, located in John Forrest National Park was built in 1895 and is the earliest tunnel in WA’s history. The construction of the railway line was a major engineering project managed by C Y O’Connor. An incredible amount of rocks and rubble were moved to construct the embankments, along with intensive blasting, digging, dynamite and horsepower.

Join Off The Beaten Track WA as they guide you on a 10km hike in John Forrest National Park, through tunnels, past waterfalls and cascades, and then following the ridge until they reach awe-inspiring views of the Perth city skyline!

Disabled Access

Carpark

$50

Listen to waterfalls cascading downstream at Lesmurdie Falls and Whistlepipe Gully on the picturesque and tranquil 10km Waterfalls, Wildflowers & Wandoo Hiking Experience!

You will experience two of Perth’s best trails in this ultimate Mundy Regional Park hike! Enjoy picturesque views of the Perth city skyline and Swan Coastal Plain and surrounding valley from multiple vantage points. After hiking down to the base of the falls at Lesmurdie Falls you will hike back up the steep but narrow Karri Hazel lined trail lined until you reach the lookout. Here you will stop to admire the surrounding valley and the falls down below before you kick on to explore the beautiful Wandoo woodlands of Mundy Regional Park.

As you reach Whistlepipe Gully, the blooming Acacia Wattle will greet you and you’ll be immediately immersed into this trails natural beauty. Following the gully’s edge past cascades and small waterfalls, the scenery on this trail is spectacular and made all the more better of the ambience of the trickling water, paper-bark trees and blooming wildflowers.

Disabled Access

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$55

Manns Gully is a wandoo woodlands paradise featuring large granite outcrops and a spectacular gully that feeds into Lake C. Y. O’Connor.

Be guided along the Bibbulmun Track from Perth Hills Discovery Centre, through lush Jarrah forest and into serenity. As you take steps through the wilderness you’ll notice the mixed jarrah forest that surrounds you, complete with xanthorrhoeas, zamia palms and spots of colourful wildflowers. You’ll take a narrow, windy trail lined with karri hazel to your granite meditation zone. As you find your zen the sounds of nature will ignite your experience and sink you deeper into a state of bliss!

After a delicious and nutritious morning tea and some warming herbal tea, you’ll retrace your steps through the forest to complete your hiking experience.

Disabled Access

Carpark

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