We have a triple treat for you today visiting three totally unique and different landscapes. We start the morning visiting a private, unique bush property on the Darling Escarpment, an absolute hidden gem with the most stunning views back to Perthâ€™s city skyline. This gorgeous landscape has never been cleared and remains in its virgin state as seen by botanists back in the 1820â€™s. Gifted to the City of Swan in 1988, up to 333 species of fauna and over 300 species of flora can potentially be found here.
Leaving here, we travel to the gorgeous Noble Falls where we meander along the lush green banks of the Wooroloo Brook under overhanging trees. The wild flowers will bloom in Spring making this a magical place. With the winter rains making the water bubble and tumble over the falls, this is a spectacular sight and a photographerâ€™s dream.From August to October we lookout for the yellow wattles, orchids, Hakeas, Grevillia's, beautiful blue Leschenaultiaâ€™s, trigger plants and an abundance of birdlife.
Lunch will be enjoyed here beside the waterfall before making our way back towards Perth, stopping off for our final little 3km meander. Following the Wooroloo Brook along gravel tracks, past Melaleuca (paperbark) fringed creek lines, by-passing a giant jumble of granite outcrops we make our way to the cascades and waterfall. The area provides a valuable habitat for a wonderful variety of our Western Australian fauna including the Honey Possum, Mardo, Gould's Monitor, Bobtail, Western Green Tree Frog, Weebill, Splendid Fairy Wren, the migratory Rainbow Bee Eater and the endangered Carnaby's Cockatoo.The reserve is also home to several species of rare and priority flora, some of which are unique to this place and do not occur anywhere else in Western Australia or in the world. The trail loops back through Wandoo, Jarrah and Marri woodlands to return us to our vehicles for a 25 minute drive back to Midland..........Your triple trail is complete!
Type of Walk : Bush Walk
Driving Distance: 82kms in total (Car Pool from Midland)
Length of Trails: 3 Trails of approximately 3km each (9k in total)
Grade: Easy/Medium â€“ mostly flat but with a couple of little steep climbs
Start: Meeting at Saint Brigid's Primary School, Middle Swan - We'll organise car pool from here - passengers to pay driver $5.00 cash on the day for fuel
● Exploring lesser known trails - one of which is located on a private & unique bush property
● Noble Falls in all it's glory
● Stunning Wildflower displays
● Abundance of birdlife
Knowledgeable & Friendly AW Guide
Interpretative Walking Experience
Photo's of your day
Lunch / Snacks
- BYO Snacks & Packed Lunch
- Day Pack - Sunscreen, Hat, Water, Raincoat/Poncho, Jumper
- Comfy worn in walking shoes
- A Sense of Adventure
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7 days and up to 48 hours prior to the event - 50% cancellation fee
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