The Kwinana Loop Trail is a 21 kilometre circuit around the perimeter of the city, offering a unique opportunity to take in some of Kwinanas best views while experiencing the beauty of natural coastal bushland. The hills and twists of the Loop Trail make for an exciting mountain bike ride, a peaceful leisurely walk or the perfect facility for cross country fitness training.
The Loop Trail has numerous entry points throughout Kwinana, making it easily accessible for all who visit. There are several walk/cycle access trailheads along the trail and Car Parking is available at Thomas Oval, Sloan’s Reserve, WellaRoad Park, Kwinana Train Station and Sandringham Park. Chalk Hill Lookout is a noteworthy highlight, proudly exhibiting the Kwinana Industrial Strip, Cockburn Sound and the city itself. The Kwinana Rotary Wildflower Reserve is located in Orelia, and provides a stunning display of flora during September. Loop Trail brochures listing a variety of suggested walks, ranging from 40 to 70 minutes, are available at the City of Kwinana Administration Building. The Loop Trail ranges in difficulty from easy to quite challenging, depending on the section of trail walked.
Start Point: There are 19 entry points to the Loop Trail, 7 of these are adjacent to parking
End Point: There are 19 entry points to the Loop Trail, 7 of these are adjacent to parking
Region: Kwinana, Perth
For more information, a location map and GPS file please visit Trails WA.