Take a relaxing stroll or hike along the many walk trails in the City of Armadale.

The City of Armadale has numerous walk trails that range from those suited to a leisurely scenic stroll to those that are graded bushwalks trails. There is something for all ages and abilities.

Safety First

When out and about enjoying the outdoors, it is important to keep safe.  

Before stepping out remember to:

  • Plan and be prepared 
  • Stay alert to your surroundings
  • Check the Emergency WA website for any warnings or incidents: www.emergency.wa.gov.au or 13 13 37
  • Check the trail difficulty, plan your route and let others know where you are going. Mobile coverage may be limited or unreliable
  • Download the Emergency + App (free). This provides critical location details to mobilise help in case of an emergency
  • Wear a hat, sunscreen and insect repellent
  • Ensure you have appropriate clothing, footwear and water - dress for track conditions and weather
  • Observe dog on-leash areas at all times

Minimise Your Impact

Keep to the track

Protect the bush by sticking to established walk trails. 

Protect Flora and Fauna

  • Leave all flora and fauna undisturbed
  • Do not collect seeds or plants to take home
  • Do not feed or leave food for animals. Human food can be harmful to wildlife.

Avoid Spreading Phytophthora Dieback

To help reduce the spread of Phytophthora Dieback:

  • Stick to tracks & paths
  • Observe signage and stay out of quarantined or protected areas in bushland
  • Use cleaning stations where provided. Scrub boots and use provided foot baths and brushes

Carry out your rubbish

Take any rubbish including food scraps with you.

"Take nothing but pictures and leave nothing but footprints" - Maarten Schafer.

Page Last Reviewed 5 September 2022