Bindoon Tale Trail

An 1800m loop trail, highlighting points of interest around the township of Bindoon, with interpretive signage sharing the history and stories of the local community.

Djidi-Djidi Ridge

Djidi-Djidi Ridge is named after the Noongar word for Willy Wagtail, a much loved native Australian bird that can be found in the Chittering region. The hidden walk trail on this reserve is seasonally abundant in wildflowers, wattles, parrotbush & orchids. It boasts fantastic views across the valley from the lookout.

Avon Valley National Park & Peace Be Still Trails

A privately owned retreat with a guesthouse and camping. Day visitors are welcome to walk the trails on the property, some extend into the Avon Valley National Park linking Chittering with Swan and Toodyay. With picnic tables and toilet facilities.

Spoonbill Lake

A quiet walk alongside this tranquil creek-fed lake will offer the perfect opportunity to enjoy the local bird life… watch out for wood and black ducks, dabchicks & waders

Stonehouse Walk

This lakeside trail begins at Clune Park and offers you the choice of a gentle return walk or a more strenuous loop, returning via a quiet country road.

Wannamal Walk

The first land lease in Wannamal was 1853, with the townsite being gazetted in 1908. The pioneers settled along the route of the railway and adjacent area. Railway gangers contributed to the early population of the district, with some of them becoming landowners.