Winter and spring are ideal times to enjoy the healthy outdoor activity of walking, running or riding bush trails. Serpentine and Jarrahdale boast a hugely diverse range of outdoor trails.
Ranging from pristine bush walks to places, such as the historic site of the World War II, Prisoner of War Camp or Kitty’s Gorge bush trail near Serpentine Falls. You can ride one of the many mountain bike trails or bridal trails in the area too.
There are over thirty assorted trails located within close proximity to each other in the area, featuring flagship natural attractions such as the iconic Serpentine Falls, spectacular landscapes, scenic lookouts, heritage sites and soft and challenging adventure trails.
You can enjoy heritage walks around Serpentine and Jarrahdale, within 40 minutes drive from Perth.
For those that want to spend days or weeks exploring Western Australia’s world-renown long trails, the world-class Bibbulmun Track (1000km hiking track from Kalamunda to Albany) and Munda Biddi Trail (1000km off-road cycling trail from Mundaring to Albany) have dedicated sections connecting to access points within the Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale and linking to existing local Jarrahdale trails.
Whether it’s a hiking trail, water trail or rail trail, users can venture from the path to explore the unique scenery, commerce and heritage that each trail has to offer.
And, after all that healthy activity enjoy lunch at the superb Millbrook winery or the Jarrahdale Tavern.
You can buy an excellent trails Guide produced by the Jarrahdale Historic Society for just $2 online at https://www.jarrahdale.com/product-category/trail-maps/