Glen Brook Trail - Class 2, 2,2km trail with scenic views over Glenbrook Dam.
Eagle View Walk Trail - The trail is a bushwalker’s delight, covering a variety of relatively pristine habitats. It’s also more challenging than other trails in the park, but your efforts are well rewarded.
This trail was developed by the Perth Bush Walkers Club in conjunction with DEC. Take you time and inspect the many wonderful plants and enjoy the spectacular views through the Wandoo woodland to the coastal plains en route.
Time: From 4.5 – 7 hours
Glen Brook Dam Walk Trail - Glen Brook Dam Walk Trail is another short walk of just over 2km which will take you over the footbridge where Glen Brook meets Jane Brook.
If you turn left and walk alongside Glen Brook, the track will take you up the hill alongside Glen Brook Dam. You can return around the southern end of the dam, crossing over the stream and walking back the other side of the dam to the main facility area. It is a good walk in spring when all the wildflowers are out.
John Forrest Heritage Trail - The John Forrest Heritage Trail is part of the 82km Railway Reserve Heritage Trail. A key feature of the John Forrest Heritage Trail is Western Australia’s only ‘true’ railway tunnel. The Swan View Tunnel was built in 1893 and visitors can walk or cycle through the tunnel when completing this walk.
If you walk about 700m from the main recreation area along this trail, you come to the 25m drop National Park Falls; when the water is running well after the first winter rains, it is a very pretty sight and best seen from July to late September.