• Avon Valley National Park
  • Karijini National Park
  • Boyagin Rock
  • Drysdale River National Park
  • Eagle Hill
  • Geddes Rock
  • John Forrest National Park
  • Kakadu National Park
  • Bibbulmun Track
  • Mount Billy
  • Murchison Gorge
  • Ophthalmia Range
  • South coast
  • Stirling Ridge
  • Three Mountains
  • Mount Dale
  • Ngangaguringguring Hill
  • Mount Yetar
  • Darling Scarp
  • Cape to Cape Track
  • Wellington National Park
The map below shows over 100 activity locations, mostly in W.A. The Club visits many of these each year. 

During the local bushwalking season members are able to enjoy the Club's many day walk activities close to Perth. But the Club's 130-150 activities each year also include regular multi-day backpacking in the southwest and in the more remote areas of our large state, such as the Kimberley and the Pilbara. The Club's leaders also usually organise several trips each year beyond W.A., with Northern Territory, Tasmania and N.Z. being especially popular (activities not included on map).

To use the map:

  1. Move your mouse over the map markers to see the names of walk areas;  and
  2. Click on a marker for a link to more walk information or to print a location map for the selected walk area.

(Note: The markers are located within each walk area, not at the walk start points or trail heads.)

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