Walks & Picnic Spots in Perth:
Our Seniorocity guide has you covered with ideas for walks & picnic spots in Perth. Find picnic and walking locations to walk or picnic, including parks and gardens, bush tracks and much more!
For instance, why not explore Whiteman Park? Wear your comfiest walking shoes and explore the many bush walking trails lined with seasonal wildflowers. Each trail encompasses the many facets of the lush bushland and all trails are well signposted. Interpretive notes are available free of charge from the Visitor Information Centre.
If orienteering gets you more excited, Whiteman Park has two permanent orienteering courses. These courses are suitable for anyone from ages 9 to 90! For example, a short course is centred around the Village area, and a larger course covers both the Village and Mussel Pool areas.
On the other hand, why not pack a picnic and take the grandchildren to wander The Children’s Forest? Children will get in touch with nature and learn the beauty of Western Australia’s bushland. Discover the many wonders of the Forest together, including colourful birds and peeking possums. This is a perfect location for a magical family outing!
Likewise, explore John Forrest National Park, one of Australia’s oldest conservation areas and WA’s first national park. The visitor area of John Forrest National Park contains barbecue and picnic facilities, in addition to cultivated gardens of native plants. The area around the brook provides a beautiful area for a picnics. There are tables surrounding the Rock Pool and barbecue facilities close by.
Similarly, Bells Rapids Brigadoon, where the Avon and Swan rivers meet, is a favourite spot for a picnic at any time of year. Marvel at the abundant wildflowers and the many swimming holes that are great for cooling off in.
In conclusion, all these outdoor recreation locations are listed with reviews, photos and more in our Seniorocity guide. Check it out and enjoy a beautiful day out today!