Experience John Forrest National Park's hiking trails, waterfalls, pools, tunnels & city views in a whole different light .... Twilight!
We meet at Pechey Road Carpark and make our way into the national park, heading north towards Rocky Pool. There's plenty of time to explore the surrounds at Rocky Pool before moving off to ascend the hills for about 200 metres until we reach Eagle View Lookout. Once at the lookout, we'll take a well earned break and enjoy soaking in the views of the city before commencing the hike towards the falls.
Arriving at the falls, we find a nice place to sit and relax as the sun gets closer to setting. By now we've worked up an appetite so the timing is perfect to enjoy our packed picnic dinner while soaking up the serenity. Afterwards it's off towards the Swan Tunnel, reaching there just before dark. With headlamps on or phone torches at the ready, we'll head through the tunnel before returning to the nearby carpark to finish out the evening.
The walk is approximately 6km in length, is classified as moderate, although there are a couple of hills - suitable for beginners/intermediate or experienced looking for a nice way to wrap up a weekend in Perth.
Experienced Adventurous Women Guide
A 6km guided interpretive hiking experience
4 hours of fun, exercise & social connection
Photo's of your experience
Any food or drink
- Headlamp or Torch (Phone Torch)
- Water - 2 Litre Minimum
- Appropriate clothing for the activity
- Bring something warm to pop on in case it gets cool (ie: windbreaker)
- Sun protection & hat
- Walking shoes or boots with good grip
- Pack a picnic to enjoy at sunset
- A Sense of Adventure
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No refund is available after departure of a walk or tour has commenced.