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Serpentine Falls Trail is a 1km, grade 1 Return hike located in Serpentine National Park Western Australia. The hike should take approximately 0.5hrs to complete.
Serpentine National Park is just one hours drive 55km south-east of Perth, and makes an ideal day visit. The Serpentine Falls Walk Trail, located in the beautiful and diverse Peel Region of WA, is an easy stroll from the Car Park to see the lovely Falls, or you can venture on top to see the cascade from the viewing platform.
Serpentine National Park is just one hours drive 55km south-east of Perth, and makes an ideal day visit. The Serpentine Falls Walk Trail is an easy stroll from the Car Park to see the lovely Falls, or you can venture on top to see the cascade from the viewing platform. The walk is essentially a gravel road of approximately 500m from the Car Park to the Serpentine Falls which is not accessible to vehicles. To continue up to the viewing platform, there are rocky outcrops so take care. The treed, grassy park beside the parking area has toilets, gas barbecues, tables and shaded areas but remember no alcohol or glass is allowed into the Park. Three walks can be accessed from the Serpentine Picnic Area Car Park; the Falls Walk Trail, Baldwins Bluff Nature Track and Kittys Gorge Walk Track. During the busy summer months, it is recommended that you arrive before 11am, since once the Park has reached maximum capacity the Rangers will close the gates (open daily 8.30am till 5.00pm).
Start Point: 100 Falls Road, Serpentine which is 55km (1 hour) south of Perth.
End Point: 100 Falls Road, Serpentine which is 55km (1 hour) south of Perth.
Region: Serpentine National Park, Perth
For more information, a location map and GPS file please visit Trails WA.