Walking and Cycling Trails

 

The Shire of Mundaring offers some of the State's top trails and wildflower experiences, including the Railway Reserves Heritage Trail, Munda Biddi Trail, Bibbulmun Track, Eagle's View Walk, Kep Track and Golden Pipeline Heritage Trail. 

Walking and cycling trail


The following are featured trails within the Shire of Mundaring.

Railway Reserves Heritage Trail

Relax, explore and discover as you retrace 59 kilometres of the old Eastern Railway that formerly linked Fremantle to York in the late 1880s through to the mid 1990s. 

The Railway Reserves Heritage 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 41 kilometre loop entirely on railway formations before extending out to Wooroloo Reserve.

For more information visit the Railway Reserves Heritage Trail website.

Intending on holding a large activity or event?

If you intend to hold a large activity or event on any portion of the trail, please notify the Shire of the date and time of your event via the Shire's Booking Officer on 9290 6731 or email bookings@mundaring.wa.gov.au.

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.

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.

For more information visit the Munda Biddi Trail website.

Lake Leschenaultia Trails

There are a range of trails at Lake Leschenaultia, including a 12km mountain bike trail network and numerous walking trails.

Visit the Lake Leschenaultia – Walking, Cycling and Orienteering Trails page for more information.

Heritage Walk Series

Learn about the history of the villages that developed along the former Eastern Railway with these short heritage walks compiled by local history groups.

There are currently three walks in the series, featuring the villages of Darlington, Mundaring and Parkerville.

Darlington Village Walkabout

This short walk guides you through the central part of Darlington Village taking in a number of early buildings and sites of what originally started as a vineyard in the 1880's by Alfred Waylen.

Distance: 2.44km
Duration: Approx. 36 min
Difficulty: Intermediate

Darlington Village Walkabout Map

Mundaring Heritage Walk

This self-guided walk, starting and ending in Sculpture Park, takes you around the town site of Mundaring and highlights some of the historic buildings of the area.

Distance: 2.11km
Duration: Approx. 31 min
Difficulty: Easy

Mundaring Heritage Walk Map

Parkerville Heritage Walk

Take a heritage walk around historic Parkerville. Gazetted in 1895, Parkerville came about because of the Eastern Railway. It had a pub, quarries, stores, a hall and school.

Distance: 2.44km
Duration: Approx. 36 min
Difficulty: Intermediate

Parkerville Heritage Walk Trail Map

More information and contact

For more information on the walking and cycling trails, contact Perth Hills Mundaring Visitor Centre on 9290 6645 or email visitorcentre@mundaring.wa.gov.au.