The Swan Canning Riverpark and the iconic rivers at its heart are the centrepiece of Perth. Blessed with diverse and resilient ecosystems, the Swan and Canning rivers are a recreational playground and a source of vibrant commercial and tourism activity.

The Swan and Canning rivers are truly the heart of Perth, ensuring it is one of the world’s most beautiful cities.

The cool, misty understorey of the towering karris houses an enchanting world of mosses and ferns complete with its own waterfall.

Gateway to the Donnelly River

This park features stunning karri forest, the Donnelly River and the historic One Tree Bridge.

The third largest monolith in Australia is recognized as an interesting and unspoilt location for flora and fauna study.

Home to 250 species of flowering plants, 17 of which are found only in these hills.

A complex mosaic of exposed granite rock, with surrounding shrublands and woodlands.

Bushfire information: go to alerts for the latest infromation on bushfires affecting Nuytsland Nature Reserve and Cape Arid National Park.

Nuytsland Nature Reserve contains the 190km long and 80m high Baxter Cliffs - one of Australia's great scenic features and possibly the longest unbroken cliffs in the world.

Wildflowers, waterfalls and history - what more could you want? 

Denmark to Albany is an easier coastal section to walk than Peaceful Bay to Denmark. Walkers will need to plan ahead before crossing of the Wilson and Torbay Inlets.