The Munda Biddi Trail (which means path through the forest in the Nyoongar Aboriginal language) is fast becoming a world-class, nature-based, off-road cycling experience.
Starting in Mundaring (just outside of Perth, Western Australia) the trail meanders through scenic river valleys and the magnificent eucalypt forests of the State’s South West.
Covering 54 per cent of Western Australia, the region stretches from the rugged red earth of Mt Augustus and Kennedy Ranges in the north to the sweeping snow-white beaches of Esperance and the South Coast.
Australia's Golden Outback region provides diverse outback tourism opportunities and holiday destinations. The natural landscape is a dazzling display of outback plains, huge deserts and salt lakes, rugged rocky outcrops, wild woodland and some of the whitest beaches in the world. Spring time transforms the region with a rainbow of blooming Western Australian wildflowers.Find out more
The Captain Fawcett Commemorative 4x4 trail is a 105 km track that showcases some of Western Australia's best Jarrah forests, historical farm houses, original settler trestle bridges, minor creek crossings and magnificent views. The easy-to-medium grade track provides ample opportunities for a day's adventure. The track starts at Dawn Creek Rd in Lane Poole Conservation Reserve near Dwellingup.
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The Great Southern is the largest and most diverse region within Australia's South West. Located approximately 4-5 hours southeast of Perth, it varies from unspolit coastline and idyllic seaside towns to sprawling agricultural lands and national parks harbouring some of the world's rarest species of flora and fauna.
The region encompasses Albany, Denmark, Bremer Bay Katanning and Mt Barker to name a few.Find out more
Head into the Peel Region via the historic town of Pinjarra or the beautiful Waroona Dam.
Stretching from the white sands and blue water to the rugged terrain of the Darling Scarp, the Peel Region offers a wide range of outdoor activities from exploring expansive waterways and national parks, visits to the wineries, and bushwalking along the trails of the vast Jarrah Forests.
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Taking the back roads from Marradong to the ever popular South West region is a spectacular journey in its own right. Make your way through the picturesque regions of Donnybrook and Nannup, picking up fruit from the many orchards you'll pass along the way before getting into Margaret River's wine growing country.
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The Bibbulmun Track is one of the world's great long distance walk trails, stretching 1000km from Kalamunda, a suburb in the hills on the outskirts of Perth, to the historic town of Albany on the south coast. It passes through the heart of the scenic south west of Western Australia.
The track skirts the northern part of the shire of Boddington through the Mt Cooke locality and along the Murray River to the west where it continues to meet the Harvey Quindanning Road before traversing into the Shire of Collie. The track is for walkers only and is signposted with yellow triangular markers symbolising the Waugal, the rainbow serpent of the Aboriginal Dreaming.
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Dwellingup is a charming town in Western Australia, located just half an hour from Boddington. Set amongst beautiful Jarrah and Marri forests, The drive to Dwellingup from Boddington is frequently enjoyed by motoring enthusiast clubs because of its stunning natural scenery.
With so many fun and exciting activities closely located to the town, your whole family will enjoy visiting. For those seeking Adventure and Trails we have a wide range on offer, suitable for all skill levels and interests.
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Mandurah Visitor Centre offers an accommodation and tour booking service to provide visitors with a high quality stay in Mandurah. Visit the Centre and let our experienced team assist you with trip planning advice and to experience “Made in Peel”, a unique retail display of Peel, Western Australian made artisan products created here in the Mandurah and Peel Region.
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Dryandra Country lies south east of Perth, an easy 2 hour drive from the city. The Dryandra Country region consists of the areas of Cuballing, Narrogin, and the Dryandra Woodland.
The Dryandra Country Visitor Centre is an information hub for tourists and locals, which delivers information and itineraries for the shires of Narrogin and Cuballing (the Dryandra catchment). It is a not for profit Incorporated Association, run by a passionate committee of locals.
We have an interpretative space with information about the region, including plants and wildlife. We also have a wide range of free brochures and maps, including a series of biodiversity guides which will give you a few hours or a few day's worth of activities to enjoy.Find out more
A self-drive trip through the fascinating Northern Wheatbelt. An area that boasts a rich and extensive history, charming and friendly people, and all located in a diverse and truly Australian landscape.
Along the way you’ll take in stunning natural surrounds, sites of historical significance, and the laid-back country atmosphere of the Wheatbelt. Stay at any of the campsites along the trail if you are up for some family camping or glamping! If not head to any of the well maintained caravan parks located in the towns across the trail or stop the night in one of our friendly Wheatbelt B&B’s, Hotels and Motels.
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The Pioneers’ Pathway is the self-drive route that traverses the Wheatbelt following the well worn trail many prospectors once took on their way to the Yilgarn and Kalgoorlie Goldfields.
Starting in either Northam/Toodyay or Merredin, this scenic journey wanders past expansive wheatbelt farmland and through the small towns of Goomalling, Dowerin, Wyalkatchem, Trayning, Kununoppin and Nungarin, providing a classic experience of Western Australia’s Wheatbelt heartland.Find out more
A creative project transforming country infrastructure into sites of world class mural art. Over the past three years the PUBLIC Silo Trail project has created murals on grain silos in Northam, Ravensthorpe, Merredin, Albany, Newdegate and Pingrup, and on public walls and transformer boxes throughout Katanning.Find out more
Explore the stunning forests and valleys of Serpentine Jarrahdale. This self-drive trail takes you through the undulating hills and spectacular landscapes from Armadale to Pinjarra.
Highlights & attractions;
Araluen Botanic Park
Serpentine Falls & National Park
Scenic walking trails and dams
Bert Tyler Vintage Machinery Museum
Cohunu Koala Park