Traverse the attractive flora and fauna, natural landscapes and fascinating heritage of the national parks and reserves within the Shire of Mundaring by walking or riding along one of the many trails.
Six trails within the Shire of Mundaring have been named as some of the State’s top trails experiences, including the Railway Reserves Heritage Trail, Munda Biddi Trail, Bibbulmun Track, Eagle’s View Walk, Kep Track and Golden Pipeline Heritage Trail. The ‘Top Trail’ icon identifies the top trails experiences in WA. A free TopTrailsWA brochure is also available which provides information on each of the top 54 trails in the state.
Featuring both on-road and off-road riding options in the Shire of Mundaring, the free Cycle Perth’s Eastern Region 64 page booklet showcases cycle and tourism experiences in Perth’s Eastern Region for recreational cyclists.
The Mundaring Visitor Centre, located in The Old School on Great Eastern Highway in Mundaring, is the best place to start your journey where you can pick up copies of the ToptrailsWA and Cycle Perth’s Eastern Region brochures as well as local maps detailing the trails and points of interest along your journey. You can also visit www.perthtrails.com.au for information on other trails within Perth.
Follow the links below to find out more about the following featured trails:
Railway Reserves Heritage Trail
Relax, explore and discover as you retrace 70km of the old Eastern Railway that formerly linked Fremantle to York in the late 1880s through to the mid 1990s. The Trail begins its journey at Bellevue, following the old Eastern Railway line on both sides of Great Eastern Highway joining up at Mount Helena to form a unique 41km loop entirely on railway formations before extending out to Wooroloo Reserve.
Bilgoman Well Heritage Trail
The Bilgoman Well Heritage Trail is located 9km east of Midland along Great Eastern Highway. Beginning at Bilgoman Aquatic Centre, this trail is a 100m walk through bushland to one of Chauncy's wells and the site of an old convict depot.
Kattamordo Heritage Trail
The Kattamordo Heritage Trail is a 27km walk track which starts at Mundaring Weir Road and traverses forests, orchard and farmland along the top of the Darling Range to Carmel, where it descends via Bickley Valley to Bickley Reservoir. It features sites of significance in the history of the timber, forestry, horticultural and tourist industries, the Goldfields Water Scheme, and the area's natural history.
Munda Biddi Trail
Starting in Mundaring, the Munda Biddi Trail meanders through scenic river valleys and the magnificent eucalypt forests of the State’s South West. It utilises a network of bush tracks, firebreaks and disused railway formations and has sections suitable for cyclists of all ages and experience levels. Situated a comfortable day’s ride apart are purpose-built Munda Biddi campsites with roomy Camp Huts and tent sites.