Heritage Walk Trail – Walk to Macpherson Homestead, 2 kilometres. Difficulty – Easy to Moderate.
Lakes Lookout Walk Trail – Walk from the town centre up to the scenic lakes lookout. We suggest doing this at sunset to watch the colours of the lake change, 2 kilometres. Difficulty – Moderate.

Bart Mailey Memorial Trail – Approx 1.2 kilometres round trip, 1 kilometre East of Coorow CRC (Visitor Centre) on Coorow Farm. Difficulty – Moderate (if walking from town).
Coorow Farm – Approx 6 kilometres round trip, 800 meters from town, walk/drive/ride trial. Difficulty – Moderate to Hard (from town).
Three Bays Walkway – Charming and peaceful walk on the fully-sealed walkway near Green Head, 2.5 kilometres. Difficulty – Moderate.

Emu walk trail – The walking trail begins at the Pinnacles Interpretive Centre and meanders 1.2 kilometres through the shifting yellow sands and towering limestone pillars that the park is famous for. The first 200 metres of the trail are wheelchair and pram friendly.

Lesueur National Park – The trail begins at the Drummonds recreation area car park. The first 250 metres of the track are sealed and suitable for prams and wheelchairs up to the Wilson lookout. There are 4 walk trails in the park.

  1. Lesueur Trail to the peak of Mount Lesueur (Class 3, 4-kilometre return). The first 250 metres of this trail are wheelchair friendly.
  2. Yued Ponar Trail (Class 4, 6km loop).
  3. Gairdner Trail – Class 3, 2.5-kilometre loop.
  4. Yonga Trail – Class 4, 26-kilometre loop.

An overnight campground is situated 12 kilometres into the Yonga trail and can be booked via https://parkstay.dbca.wa.gov.au/

Vern Westbrook Walk (Phoebes reserve Badgingarra) – 3.5 kilometres East of Badgingarra along Northwest Road. The first section of the trail is an easy 1.65km trail winding through an area of unique biodiversity with plants, birds, lizards, insects and animals. Visitors can see the oldest plant types through to the most delicate orchids. A second section continues for a 1.25km moderate walk and a final 800m more challenging hike to the top of the breakaway completing the trail.

Iain Wilson Nature trail (Badgingarra) – The walk is 2km long and for the keen walker, a 1.5km detour will reward you with magnificent views across the National Park from the lookout.

The best time to see the wildflowers is between August and November but the park is open and accessible all year round. The spectacular and diverse wildflower display along the trail is a sight not to be missed.

Leeman Foreshore – Caravan Park to Boat Ramp, 1.8 kilometres. Difficulty – Easy
Three Bays Walkway – Cliff Park to Anchorage Bay jetty, 2 kilometres. Difficulty – Easy / Moderate
Dynamite Bay to Cambawarra Head – 300 meters concrete trail. Difficulty – Easy.
Leeman and Green Head Coast – Enjoy a walk along with one of the many secluded bays along the Leeman / Green Head coastline.

Dalwallinu Townsite Walk Trails – A series of small trails around the townsite that can be done individually or combined to a total distance of just under 5 kilometres. Difficulty – Easy / Moderate.

Greenough River Nature Trail – This 17 kilometres loop walk is flat. It offers a mix of coastal vegetation and beautiful river views. Allow at least four hours and take plenty of water to do this one. Difficulty – Moderate.

Free walking tours are held throughout the year in the Chapman River Regional Park. Contact the Geraldton Visitor Centre for more information. Freecall: 1800VISITGERO

Depot Hill – Allow 30 minutes (minimum) for this bushwalk. Bring wildflower booklets to help you identify the many species you will see along the way. These may include orchids, everlastings, cats paw, thriptomene, dampiera & many more. Depot Hill is accessible via the Allanooka Springs Rd (sealed & signposted) from Geraldton to Mingenew. Difficulty – Easy.
Mingenew Hill Walk – 1 kilometre (short walk) up the iconic Mingenew Hill. Spectacular sweeping views of the countryside and well worth the journey. Difficulty – Moderated.
Coalseam Conservation Park – Offering a range of walk trails, visitors to the park will find a perfect patch for exploring and wildflower spotting. Difficulty – Moderate.

Carnaby’s Cockatoo Interpretive Trail – This interpretive trail meanders along the Moore River and through Moora, allowing visitors to experience the preservation of the endangered Carnaby’s Cockatoo. Difficulty – Easy.
Moora Town Walk – This fascinating walk trail is designed to give the visitor a taste of Moora and features historical buildings, galleries, public art pieces, and points of

Canna Wildflower Walk – Enjoy the wonderful wildflowers of Canna. This 30-minute walk commences at the old Canna store. Difficulty – Easy / Moderate.
Bilya Rock – Approximately 30 kilometres North of Morawa. Climb Bilya Rock and experience incredible views of the area. You can even add a rock to the cairn. Difficulty – Moderate.
Koolanooka Springs – Walk around in the carpets of everlastings after enjoying a picnic lunch. Difficulty – Easy / Moderate.
Widimia Trail – Enjoy a short relaxing walk through the bushland. The Widimia Trail is flushed with colour and carpets of everlastings from July through to September. Difficulty – Easyinterest.

Mullewa Bushland Trail – Along the way, read about our natural heritage and indigenous culture. This trail also includes the Scenic Lookout, the best way to get an overview of Mullewa. 2.37 kilometres, approx 40 – 60 minutes. Difficulty – Moderate.
Town Heritage Trail – Discover some interesting facts about Mullewa’s history from days gone by. 1.1 kilometre, approx 30 – 40 minutes. Difficulty – Easy.
Rail Heritage Loop – This trail explores the fascinating history of Mullewa’s Railway past. 1.72 kilometres, approx 30 – 40 minutes. Difficulty – Easy.
Wildflower Walk – This trail begins on the opposite side of the road of the Mullewa Caravan Park. This trail explores the various species of wildflowers in our region. 2.82 kilometres, approx 45-70 minutes. Difficulty – Moderate.
Monsignor Hawes Heritage Trail – 590 metres. Begins at the Mullewa Town Hall and is a short walk, ending at the Church & Museum that Monsignor Hawes designed and built. Along the way, learn more about this remarkable man and his life. Difficulty – Easy

Caron Dam Walk Trail – Rail enthusiasts will not want to miss the heritage-listed Caron Coal Stage, bringing reminders of the golden age of steam locomotives. Follow the trail to the pump station that is still covered by a massive corrugated iron roof. Here you can find an abundance of native orchids. (South of town) 10 km. Difficulty – Easy.
People’s Pathway– This is a heritage trail with a difference. An eclectic collection of 24 rusty steel characters scattered along both sides of the main street. 1.35 kilometres Difficulty – Easy.
Monsignor Hawes Heritage Drive Trail– Perenjori’s Church of St Joseph is part of this Trail in WA. Key to be collected at the Tourist Information or the Shire.

Three Springs Heritage Trail – A walk along the Heritage Trail will give you a brief outline of the history of the Three Springs area whilst also viewing wildflowers local to the site. Info board & BBQ facilities at the start of the walk. Difficulty – Easy.