WALK TRAILS - COASTAL
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Coastal Walk Trails
Start point: Len Howard Conservation Reserve
You can get to this trail from Mandurah Quays or from Glandart Court, Erskine.
The trail skirts the Peel Inlet and there are a number of seats located along the walk. The trail passes through Mandurah Quays Residential Resort where it is sometimes possible to see Dolphins feeding.
Facilities: Wheelchair access, Beaches, Viewing points
Access from Boardwalk Blvd.
The walk runs beside the Indian Ocean and favourite times to walk include dawn and dusk. There are sections of boardwalk and plenty of places to sit. The trail leads to the mouth of the Estuary and the Old Mandurah Bridge.
Facilities: BBQs, picnic areas and toilets at Hayward Lake Picnic site. (This is a particularly pathetic picnic site.)
Located in Yalgorup National Park. It starts at the information bay on Preston Beach Road. Best times to walk this track are late winter to spring.
Between October and March the lake is visited by large numbers of black swans. Access is from the entance to Martins Tank campground on Preston Beach Road.
Facilities: Toilets, BBQ, Shelters, Tables, Seats.
Wanneroo Road. Yanchep National Park. A tour of the cave takes about 1 hour.
Facilities: BBQ, Cafe, Picnic Area, Public Toilet, Shop, Visitor Information Centre, Tavern and accommodation.
National Park entry fee applies. The trail leads through wetlands, tuart forest, banksia woodland and coastal heath.
It terminates at Cabaret Cave which is not far from the cafe.
Facilities: Car Park, Toilets, Wheelchair accessible.
Accessed from Bold Park in Floreat.
At 85 metres this is the highest natural elevation on the coastal plain in the metro area.
There is an elevated boardwalk and interpretive signs and some seating.
Ferry access to the Island (fees apply).
Facilities: Interpretive Centre, Picnic Area, Public Toilet, Wheelchair accessible.
The trail starts by the visitor centre on the island and leads, via boardwalks along the island.
Walk paths lead from car parks on both sides of the cape and there are a number of different tracks winding around the cape.
Apart from the coastal scenery, one of the main attractions are the old WWII military buildings that dot the area.
Swimming and snorkelling are popular as Cape Peron is surrounded by reefs.
Distance: 5km loop
Follow this trail from the car park next to the caravan park down to the beach and then north along the beach to Tank Road.
Turn right along Forrester Road and then turn right again into Gordon Street. This will take you back to your starting point.
One of the feature of the walk is the lookout which provides views of the Moore River and the beach.
Distance: 4km one way
Car parks are available at either Alexandra View or Long Beach Promenade.
Part of this walk is along formed paths behind the beach and part is along the beach itself.
Distance: 4.3km loop
Park at the Lady Wardle Performing Arts Centre off Elliott Road.
This is a good walk to do in spring when the wildflowers are out.
Follow the path either clockwise or anti-clockwise as both bring you back to the starting point.
Distance: 4km one way
Start opposite Grant Marine Park (next to Grant Street) and head south along the coast.
The path leads you past the main beach area to the Vlamingh memorial where you turn around are retrace your steps.
Distance: 7km loop
Park opposite John Graham Reserve.
Head south along the coast until you reach Woodman Point View. Cross the road and follow the path to the right out to the point.
Return to the place where you crossed the road but this time keep straight on until you cross the Jervoise Bay road.
Follow the path across O'Kane Crt. Keep following the path north until you pass the road you came in on. Keep left to return to the car park.
Distance: 5km return
There are a number of car parks along the foreshore at Rockingham Beach. To do this walk park near either Alexandra Reserve (opposite Alexandra Street) or near Rotary Reserve (just west of Bell Street).
Follow the path along the beach and you will find a couple of jetties to explore plus a number of cates and restaurants where you can stop and refresh yourself.
Toilets are available in at least three places along this route.
Distance: 2.2km one way.
This walk runs from the west end of Boundary Road in Shoalwater to the Penguin Island Ferry.
It is an easy walk to do at any time of year and the coastal scenery is always changing.
Toilets are available and it is also possible to take a ferry across to Penguin Island where another short walk awaits.
Distance: 2.8km Loop.
Although there is a walk trail around this lake and a lookout tower on the eastern side, there is a lack of other facilities like toilets, BBQs and car parking areas that would make the walk more worth while.
There are some seats and shelters on the Safety Bay Road side of the lake and the nearest public toilets are along Palm Beach.
Across the road from the Lake is the Naragebup Discovery Centre which is worth checking out.
Distance: 6.4km One way.
The walk can be split into several sections if you don't want to do it all at once. There are a number of different car parks along the coast where you can begin and end your trip.
To do the whole walk you can start at Port Kennedy and walk north along the coastal path. This is also an idea track for bicycles.
A good spot to end the walk is the park opposite Tropicaca Way where you will find toilets, BBQs, seats and shelters. An alternate stop would be another BBQ area just north of Francis Street.
Distance: 3.48Km One way.
This walk runs south from Burns Beach along the coast to Ocean Reef.
The track runs along the top of a series of smalls cliffs and there are a number of small bays dotted along the way.
You can cut the walk short by leaving the path at the car park and shelter near Discover Circuit. The path is sealed and is ideal for bicycles and wheelchairs.
Check out WalkGPS for detailed information on many walk trails