The Hike Collective

Adventure and Outdoors Tours

The Hike Collective is for Perth locals and visitors alike looking for a safe space to explore the rugged beauty of Western Australia. This award winning hiking tour company empower wellbeing and discovery through movement, connection, and nature, providing unique and inclusive trail experiences, and are able to maximise access to the local hidden gems through endless possibilities to explore.

Facilities

Service Types

Adventure and Outdoors Tours Nature and wildlife Sightseeing Tours Walking and Biking Tours

Activities

Birdwatching Hiking Walks

Fitness

Basic Moderate

Disabled Assistance

Disabled access available

Membership

Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation

Accreditation

Australian Tourism Accreditation COVID Clean Practicing Business ECO Certified (Ecotourism) by Ecotourism Australia Sustainable Tourism Accreditation

Services

$49

Araluen Botanic Park is an extraordinary garden in a breathtakingly beautiful bushland setting. Enjoy this exclusive opportunity to discover the hidden secrets behind the locked gates of Araluen. A 4.5 kilometre hike through stoned pathways across the terraces that are lined by enormous stone pillars and shaded jarrah pergolas. View the circa 1930s log cabins located in each garden precinct and learn about Araluen’s heritage and history.

Disabled Access

Carpark Family Friendly

$55

As the sun tucks behind the trees in the late afternoon, join The Hike Collective as they traverse 6 kilometres of the iconic Bibbulmun Track from Mundaring Weir to the Golden Lookout. Be immersed in Beelu National Park bushland and prepare for discovery and exploration.

Discover the intricacies of a project so ambitious it threatened to change the course of Australian history which was lead at its heart by a visionary premier and an engineering genius. They highlight the longest manmade freshwater pipeline, the protection of our endangered cockatoos through artwork, and the creation of ‘rivers in the desert’.

Arrive at the Golden View Lookout to enjoy your mindful rest and didgeridoo sound healing on the rocky outcrops before returning.

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$49

Experience one of the best views at sunset in Western Australia with panoramic views on the top of the Lesmurdie waterfalls.

Head out to enjoy a 4-kilometre hiking loop over undulating rocky outcrops near trickling streams, along the darling scarp at Lesmurdie Falls in Mundy Regional Park. Put your feet up for a rest as they arrive at the foot of the falls, as you marvel at the amazing beauty of the waterfall. Then journey back up the hill begins as you head to the hidden lookout spot to enjoy sunset.

A beautiful opportunity to experience the magic of the infamous Lesmurdie Falls and enjoy a shorter, yet challenging hike.

Disabled Access

Carpark Family Friendly

$39

Join them on a beautiful 10 kilometre guided hike experience along the famous Bibbulmun Track on arguably the best day hike around Perth. Explore the iconic track from Sullivan Rock to Mount Vincent and Mount Cuthbert, with a magnificent showcase of lush Jarrah and the relatively rare Darling Range ghost gum or butter gum. As the name suggests, they will encounter two great climbs so prepare yourself for some challenges, and of course incredible views when you get to the summit of the two peaks.

The Bibbulmun Track is one of the world’s great long distance walk trails, stretching 1000 kilometre from Kalamunda in the Perth Hills, to Albany on the south coast, winding through the heart of the scenic South West of Western Australia.

Disabled Access

Carpark

$49

Experience the wilderness and wonder of Yanchep National Park in this unique Yoga and guided hike experience, only one hour from Perth. Get in touch with your inner yogi in a beginner friendly yoga session in the depths of the Cabaret Cave, originally used in the 1930s to provide a secret dinner and dance location for Perth’s rich and famous. Cabaret Cave is Perth’s only venue cave and not accessible to the general public.

Disabled Access

Carpark Family Friendly

$49

Tucked into the hidden gem of one of Western Australia’s (WA) oldest settlement towns of Jarrahdale, Kitty’s Gorge is set in the Darling Ranges and surrounded by Jarrah forest. Located a pleasant one hour drive from Perth, the magnificent Kitty’s Gorge trail will find you hiking 17 kilometre return with a showcase of the forest’s iconic WA flora and fauna, allowing your senses to come alive as you see, hear and smell nature at its finest. With beautiful streams, gorges, and the famous Serpentine Falls ahead, this experience is jam-packed with exciting challenges, and rewarding views.

Disabled Access

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$59

The challenge is set with this powerful trail located just one hour out of Perth, with a 22 kilometre guided hike along the famous Bibbulmun Track to the highest peak in the Darling Ranges. The trail to Mount Cooke highlights typical Darling Scarp bushland of ghost gums, jarrah, and banksias, before revealing the elusive hidden cave just past the summit.

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$49

Join The Hike Collective on this beautiful experience through the stunning Kings Park and Botanic Garden. A 7 kilometre journey exploring the unique flora of the Kings Park bush land and glorious views of the Swan River and Mount Eliza escarpment.

Discover the stories of Kings Park from early times as you wind through the memorials, visit Gija Jumulu, the 750 year old Boab tree, and wander along the Boodja Gnarning walk trail that highlights the diverse methods of survival used by Nyoongar people to live off the land in the southwest of Western Australia.

Take a breathtaking walk through the treetops as you walk along the Lottery West Federation Walkway, also known as the “glass bridge” with striking artwork celebrating the Centenary of Federation, Aboriginal Culture and the magnificent trees of the Swan Coastal Plain.

After your beautiful hike along hidden paths and promenades, sit back and relax with a Devonshire tea or freshly brewed coffee and a homemade cake or scone at the Zamia Cafe.

Disabled Access

Carpark Family Friendly

$49

This moderate 6.5 kilometre hiking tour will take you through the magnificence of Paruna Sanctuary. The 2,000 hectare property predominantly follows the southern banks of the Avon River.

This picturesque sanctuary is often characterised by its extremely steep slopes, numerous streams and creek lines, and areas of exposed granite. Don’t let the steep slopes fool you though, as this impeccably kept hiking hot-spot has steps-a-plenty, and gorgeous views.

This hike is not for the faint-hearted! This detailed and well-maintained trail will surely provide all trail seekers with a spectacular and challenging hiking experience, and worth every step.

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From $39 to $99

Escape to the Bickley Valley, to enjoy the best of the Mason and Bird Heritage Trail and the New Victoria Dam Walk Trail on this 7 kilometre combination hike, exploring Australia’s pioneer heritage through the Korung National Park. From Australia’s oldest wooden bridge, the Munday Brook Bridge to the first Western Australian dam, the rich history of this trail will inspire you.

Enjoy the abundance of valley views, expansive forests of Wandoo and beautiful granite outcrops as you discover the Bickley Valley.

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Carpark Family Friendly

From $29 to $69

This whimsical woodland feel adventure in nature will leave you inspired and energised. The Whistlepipe Gully “microadventure” is a family and puppy friendly 3.6 kilometre trail through old ruins, beautiful boulders, cascading stream and enchanted woodlands – all just 30 minutes from Perth.

This is an experience to be shared with the first timer and enthusiast alike. The views and emotion tucked into this trail create an experience like no other.

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From $39 to $99

This lesser known trail in Serpentine National Park is a challenging 6 kilometre hike. It begins with a moderately steep 2 kilometres, flattening out before approaching the lookout.

Nestled in the heart of Serpentine National Park, Baldwins Bluff is a hidden gem. With lush Jarrah forrest, challenging gradients and breathtaking views, this trail will be sure to impress. View the famous Serpentine Falls from the top as you balance on granite outcrops at the summit.

Disabled Access

Carpark Family Friendly

$119

Explore the rugged beauty of Rottnest Island for the best of the Wadjemup Bidi network; a series of walk trails that will take you across spectacular coastal headlands, past stunning inland lakes and encounter both natural and man-made attractions along the way.

From “walking on water’ boardwalks, to seal spotting and marvelling the lighthouses and World War 1 battery bunkers, your day on the island is jam packed of the best hiking trails on Rottnest. This 18 kilometre hike covers the beautiful West End of the island, before stopping to watch the seals as they enjoy a fresh lunch provided by one of the local island cafes, and then heading on to the northern beaches and bays back to settlement.

Disabled Access

Carpark

$45

Experience the wilderness areas of Yanchep National Park on this 12 kilometre hike only one hour from Perth.

Explore the sights and sounds of pristine wetlands that hold an abundance of natural and cultural history in the Swan Coastal Plain. With limestone caves and cliffs, koala colonies, wildflowers and ghostly ruins, you will be immersed in Jarrah and Tuart woodlands as you hike beside Loch Mcness and be amazed by the beauty and rich heritage of Yanchep National Park.

After they have marvelled the beauty of this trail, visit the 240-metre long koala boardwalk and enjoy close up views of the nine koalas at the enclosure.

Disabled Access

Carpark Family Friendly

$49

Trigg Bushland is home to parabolic sand dunes, making it a globally unique highlight and a hidden gem of hiking trails so close to Perth.

Explore the urban trail looking out for the old cottage ruins and the famous fig trees that still bear fruit today.

The final section of the hike is a gentle walk along the sand dunes of Trigg beach, before enjoying a glass of bubbles as the sun sets over the ocean. A magic experience that will impress.

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Carpark Family Friendly

From $39 to $99

Uncover the rich beauty and rugged bush lands of Western Australia’s first national park, John Forrest on this 10 kilometre adventure. They explore the highlights of John Forrest from the Swan View tunnel to the Glenbrook Dam, wildflowers and waterfalls. This is an adventure for the entire family.

Enjoy magnificent views over the city, the rush of water on one of the multiple waterfalls during winter, and the secret history of the tunnel, ‘fairy villages’ and ‘swimming pool’ of the early 1900s. There’s plenty of wildlife to observe including many native birds, kangaroos and bandicoots, while the wildflowers colour the landscape in the springtime.

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From $29 to $69

Bells Rapids is situated where the Avon and Swan rivers meet in the northern reaches of the Swan Valley.

From the top of the road you get your first glimpses of the idyllic valley that is Jumbuck Hill Park. With gushing rapids on the Swan River through the wet months and an intricate path of glimmering rock, drift wood and calm pools in the dry months, their 5 kilometre hike at Bells rapids is not to be missed.

With grey kangaroos bouncing through the wildflowers, Bells Rapids is just a 40 minute drive from Perth, and has an iconic walk bridge spanning the Swan River over the white water rapids making this an exciting viewing spot.

Disabled Access

Carpark Family Friendly

$39

They welcome you to be amazed by the spectacular views of Perth when you experience the Zamia Trail in Bold Park.

This 6.5 kilometre guided hike offers a unique bushland experience en route to the highest natural point on the metropolitan coastal plain. At 85 metres above sea level, you can see the Indian Ocean, Perth city, Rottnest Island, Kings Park and Botanic Garden, and even glimpses of the Swan River. Bold Park offers you a memorable experience any time of the year. Join a spring tour date where they highlight the spectacular array of wildflowers for you to enjoy.

Disabled Access

Carpark Family Friendly

From $39 to $99

They welcome new hikers, aspiring adventurers and winter wanderers to join them on this 3.5 kilometre beginner-friendly winter guided hike along the Piesse Brook interpretive trail to the beautiful Rocky Pool in Kalamunda National Park.

You will discover a diversity of wildflowers, birdlife and even shy bush creatures, exploring the interesting geology of the area and uncovering the stories of the hey-days of Rocky Pool. Their journey takes them along the Piesse Brook with a short detour to take in the iconic Bibbulmun Track, to enjoy the iconic Rocky Pool while the water is flowing. Enjoy a moment to be mindful and calm amongst the magic of the water crashing and flowing off the rocks before retracing their steps.

The tracks on this hike are mostly wide, with a small section of winding trail and easy to navigate, so this makes a perfect first-timer hike or an outing for the entire family

Disabled Access

Carpark Family Friendly

$59

Explore the history and heritage of Perth on their urban Coast to River Guided Hike on the Wardun Beelier Bidi. This trail makes up part of the Wadjuk Trail Network.

Traverse 18 kilometres on this urban adventure linking bushland with iconic Noongar and Heritage Trails, and immerse yourself in the diverse landscape and natural settings. From sweeping ocean views at Cottesloe beach to Devils Elbow Cave in Peppermint Grove, marvel at raptors and waterbirds as they weave through ecological corridors of flora and fauna.

They head to Buckland Hill Reserve, one of the highest points in Perth which was used as an observation point by Willem de Vlamingh when he landed near Cottesloe Beach in 1696. Explore the history of the Leighton Battery bunker with tunnel complexes and gun placements before they reach Mudurup, one of many points along the Perth Coastline where ceremonies relating to the Kuranup ( Noongar Heaven) took place and a registered ceremonial site with mythological significance for Noongar people.

Disabled Access

Carpark Family Friendly

$39

Immerse yourself amongst the trees as they explore John Forrest National Park with a short and sweet experience on the incredible Eagle View Trail to the magnificent Lookout. Climb snaking trails leading to elevated vistas along the darling scarp and take in the rich history of Western Australia’s first National Park on this 6 kilometre guided hike.

Enjoy magnificent views over the city, the ancient granite outcrops and heritage history of the ‘fairy villages’ and ‘swimming pool’ of the early 1900s. They’ll keep an eye out for native birds and the iconic eagles of the Eagle View trail, kangaroos and maybe even a bandicoot sighting, before traversing the trail back down as the sun sets.

Disabled Access

Carpark Family Friendly

$39

Prepare for an incredible inner city twist on hiking, with this urban adventure on Heirisson Island and Matagarup. Join them as they experience the beautiful Swan River from all angles, and head on the 8 kilometre river tour. Enjoy the beautiful Heirisson Island, and catch a glimpse of the magnificent local kangaroos, just walking distance from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Visit the Yagan Statue and hear the history of such an important time in Noongar history of Perth, as well as the ‘bust of Baudin’ and uncover just how European settlement and discovery looked.

Disabled Access

Carpark Family Friendly

$69

Theyinvite you to experience Rottnest Island by foot on their12 kilometre guided hike. Traverse spectacular coastal headlands, pass stunning inland lakes and encounter both natural and man-made attractions along the way.

From “walking on water” boardwalks to a dip in the big blue at Little Parakeet Bay or the Basin, famous shipwrecks and a little journey of the Island’s lighthouses, this one day island adventure is the perfect way to experience the highlights of Rottnest in a bite-sized chunk.

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