30 Awe-Inspiring Waterfalls Around Perth And Western Australia

30 Awe-Inspiring Waterfalls Around Perth And Western Australia

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If there’s one thing that keeps the people of Perth motivated and alive during the gloomy winter months, it’s waterfalls – we cannot get enough of them. Indeed, chasing waterfalls has become THE people of Perth’s pastime du jour in recent years, and this particularly wet winter has us jonesing for some waterfall action.


Lesmurdie Falls

Cascading over the granite edge of the Darling Scarp, Lesmurdie Falls is the spectacular point where Lesmurdie Brook plummets 40m down into the lush valley. A series of metal platforms near the falls allows you to get close to the action and provide some amazing views over the Swan Coastal Plain towards the skyscrapers of the Perth CBD.

Bells Falls

Alongside Serpentine Falls, it’s fair to say Bells Rapids is one of Perth’s favourite short trips out of the city. And fair enough too – the walk itself isn’t too hectic, the scenery is glorious (particularly once those rapids start er… rapiding), and you’re allowed to take your doggo! And once you’ve conquered Bells Rapids, keen adventurers may be want to find its (somewhat) hidden gem of a waterfall – Bells Falls.

Noble Falls

Noble Falls is a delightful little patch of eastern Perth, offering a serene waterfall setting amongst dense jarrah, marri and blackbutt bushland. Given it’s smaller size and location, it’s one of the first waterfalls to begin filling up with the rains, making it a popular early-winter day trip spot

Ellis Brook Valley (Sixty Foot Falls)

Located under half an hours drive from the CBD, hiking up this short but steep trail will give you beautiful views of the city and valley, as well as the waterfall cascading down the rocky outcrop. The main trail will also take you past Old Barrington Quarry, distinct with its signature bluey green water. If you’re feeling adventurous you can stray away from the beaten path and get closer to the quarry (although swimming is strongly not advised due to the high chance of getting some microbial nasties) and the spectacular Sixty Foot Falls.


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