Bush Walks

Find dog friendly bush walks in Perth where you and your dog can enjoy a beautiful nature experience.  We'll let you know where dogs are allowed and if walks are off the lead or on the lead trails.


Carine Regional Open Space

Whether you are looking for some open space for a run around or a nice walk around the swamp, Carine Open Space is the perfect place for some off the lead activity.

Star Swamp Bushland North Beach

Explore all of the 96 hectares of Star Swamp Busland or walk the 1.4km Heritage Trail through stunning dense convservation bushland on this on the lead suburban bushland walk


Trigg Bushland Reserve (North/West Section)

Check out this beautiful short suburban walk perfect for a short off the lead nature walk with your dog without having to leave the city.

Trigg Bushland Reserve Loop (South/West Section)

Wander the whole 7km loop trail or explore shorter parts of the trail that includes a historical ruins site and amazing ocean views. 

Lake Gwelup Reserve

Lovely 2.5km round lake and bushland walk with a coffee stop along the way if you please

Zamia Trail Bold Park

5.1 km round on the lead nature trail with lots of other trails to explore along the way and shorter trail options too.

Tuart Walk Bold Park

Enjoy a short but challenging on the lead nature walk with beautiful views of the city and surrounding bushland.

Koondoola Regional Bushland Sensory Walk Trail

137 hectares of limestone and sand tracks to explore as well as a short Sensory Walk Trail where you can learn more about the natural features of the area.


Kensington Bushland

Short on the lead bushland walk alongside the popular Harold Rossiter Park. Enjoy a 10 min nature walk before having an off the lead run around at the park.

Sir Frederick Samson Park

Beautiful suburban piece of bushland with several on the lead walk trails.


Bells Rapid Brigadoon

Enjoy a stroll along the river bank or take in the 5.5km round off the lead walk

Lesmurdie Falls

Enjoy a short walk to the waterfall viewing platforms at the top or take on a more challenging walk from the top to the bottom or the bottom to the top, either way the view are breathtaking.

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