Escape everyday stress and retrain your mind and body towards living a healthier way of life by joining in on one of our forest adventures.
Immersing yourself in nature takes you away from the hustle and bustle of daily life. There's a feeling of relaxation and enhanced well-being from time spent outdoors; it offers one of the most reliable boosts to your mental and physical wellbeing.
Embark on a journey with a guide to awaken your senses and reconnect with nature.
There is something magical about hiking at night, using the moon and stars as a light source. Without the heavy traffic we often find on our trails during the day, we get to experience nature in stillness and in peace. Our senses become heightened, our eyes are forced to adjust to the lower light, and our ears search out sounds in the silence.
As we walk through the night and are met with unfamiliar noises, our imaginations go a little wild, often drawing out our fears, but if we allow ourselves to be present in the moment and witness the marvel of the nocturnal world we often miss at night, we truly see that in darkness there is also beauty.
We invite you to join our guides, come howl at the moon, explore our trails after dark and fall in love with nature all over again.
New Moon 19 Oct 2017 | Full Moon 4 Nov 2017
This is a fairly easy 2 km night hike on the unused Zig Zag railway offering amazing views of the Perth City nightlights. We invite you to join our guide, come howl at the moon or walk beneath the stars, exploring our trails after dark and fall in love with…
New Moon 18 Nov 2017 | Full Moon 3 Dec 2017
This is a 3 kilometre walk within the Upper Lesmurdie Falls National Park and is of a very high standard that most people will find an easy and very rewarding walk. We invite you to join our guide, come howl at the moon or walk beneath the stars, exploring our…
Nature is not just a collection of trees, rocks or animals, but rather a presence that surrounds us, providing us with profound experiences wherever we go.
Our half day hikes take you out of the city and along some of the most exhilarating trails, bringing you closer to the natural world. From waterfalls to woodland, creeks to quarries, and breathtaking views - you're sure to return refreshed.
Immersing yourself in nature helps place us in a natural state of relaxation, encouraging positive effects such as effectively managing stress and easing anxiety levels, enhancing our state of mind. The feeling of relaxation one receives from time spent in nature offers one of the most reliable boosts to your mental and physical well-being.
18th November 2017
This 11km trail in Walyunga National Park follows the Avon River before ascending steeply to the western side of the river. It passes through marri and wandoo woodland, currently with a thick understorey of regrowth after fire, before offering views of the Avon Valley from Woodsome Hill.
7th April 2018
A leisurely 9km hike combing two beautiful trails within Mundy Regional Park. Be awe inspired by the sounds of the flowing creeks and sights of impressive granite outcrops and remnants of a 1960’s home as well as taking in views of the Swan Coastal Plain, with the city of Perth…
19th May 2018
A 16km half day hike throughout the Darling Range section of the Bibbulmun Track. Departing from the Perth Hills Discovery Centre we travel up to the Golden View Lookout, offering stunning views of Mundaring Weir and Lake O’Oconnor. We then explore the track passing through a mix of jarrah, marri…
16th June 2018
We combine both the Mason and Bird Heritage Trail and Victoria Reservoir Loop and immerse ourselves in an 13km hike through the heart of the Perth Hills. We trace part of the route of the old Mason and Bird Timber Company’s tramway which linked their mill in Kalamunda to the…
14th July 2018
Discover the natural and cultural history of the wilderness areas in Yanchep National Park, the sights and sounds of the pristine wetlands and the historic remains of the ‘Ghost House’. There’s plenty of interest and variety as the trail passes through tuart forest, banksia woodlands and coastal heath.
4th August 2018
The 16 kilometre return Kitty’s Gorge Walk Trail is a beautiful walk following the Serpentine River and Gooralong Brook throughout the Serpentine National Park passing through Jarrah Forest, granite outcrops and the Brook’s many waterfalls.
8th September 2018
The Railway Reserves Trail has so many beautiful points of interest, from artwork structures that acknowledge the history and importance that the railway line played in connecting people to travel, to the hidden gems of the waterfalls, creeks and quarries.
13th October 2018
This 14km trail rewards hikers with amazing views. You will need a good level of fitness as it has some steep ups and downs & we need to scale both Mt Vincent and Mt Cuthbert which are two of the highest points on the Swan Coastal plain at over 500m.
17th November 2018
Eagle View Walk trail offers great views across the Swan Coastal Plain to Perth city and the ocean in the distance. The trail is a bushwalker’s delight, covering a variety of relatively pristine habitats, passing beautiful waterfalls and boasting spectacular wildflower displays in spring.
Clear blue sunny skies and long daylight hours provide a perfect opportunity for exploring some amazing trails in Summer.
Our Australian summers can make going outside unbearable however it is possible to still enjoy the outdoors and get a short hike in. We just have to think a little more differently.
Immerse yourself in nature and be awe inspired by a beautiful Perth sunrise as we explore an early morning hike on a trail so full of life as the wildlife begin to awake ready to begin another day. Share some time connecting to our natural wonders, appreciate all that Mother Earth has to offer.
Cool off after a well deserved adventure in a local lake, reservoir or natural spring, enjoying a nutritious morning tea which will really perk you up, giving you a wonderful boost to see you through the rest of the day.
16th December 2017
An easy 5km beginners trail around a former man-made railway dam that supplied water to steam trains for almost 50 years. It is now a recreational lake for locals, interstate and overseas visitors. In 2005, Lake Leshenaultia gained a heritage listing based on the railway history, recreational significance and other factors.
13th January 2018
This 3.2km hike explores the Bickley Brook Reservoir area of the Darling Scarp, originally constructed in 1920-21 to supplement Perth’s water supply. It’s a moderately difficult walk, upstream of the Reservoir with some steep climbs and descents, and is abundant with wildlife.
17th February 2018
This 6km hike located in Serpentine National Park will see you climbing Baldwins Bluff passing through Jarrah, Marri and Wandoo woodlands, over exposed granite where you eventually summit and are rewarded with beautiful views of the Swan Coastal Plain and the valley below.
As we prepare each night to go to sleep, there is a whole other world just starting to wake up. A Nocturnal Creatures of the Night Hike gives you the chance to explore this other world like a foreign land.
Experiencing nature at night can be fun and exciting. At night, the world is full of sounds and smells much different than the daytime. As we walk through the night and are met with unfamiliar noises, our imaginations go a little wild, often drawing out our fears, but if we allow ourselves to be present in the moment and witness the marvel of the nocturnal world we often miss at night, we truly see that in darkness there is also beauty.
We invite you to grab a flashlight join our guides and let's head out into the dark woods to see what we can find!
27th October 2017
A family friendly night hike on a 2.5km trail exploring the nocturnal creatures that awaken in the night within Korung National Park. We invite you to grab a flashlight join our guides and let’s head out into the dark woods to see what we can find! Suitable for ages 4+.
17th November 2017
A 2km loop exploring the nocturnal creatures that awaken in the dark of the night within Kalamunda National Park. A family friendly hike, suitable for ages 4+. We invite you to grab a flashlight join our guides and head out into the dark woods to see what we can find!