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The hike down to the falls is about 1 to 2 hrs depending on the trail and how often you stop. It is a pleasant hike with about low to medium difficulty, with the more difficult parts towards the falls. Good for families and if...More
We had visitors and took them to the falls to have a look. It is quite a walk down there but very safe. The view is amazing falls in full flood.
Lovely well kep.t walkways and the lookouts were safe with rails
Well how bad is that.... lived in Perth for 20 years and today visited Lesmurdie Falls National Park for the first time.
We have recently had lots of rain, so we did a spur of the moment visit one Sunday afternoon after visiting Crystal Cavern....More
We went after some winter rain, beautiful falls and flowing with water, lots of families out enjoying the winter sun. Good easily identifies pathways for all ages, great facilities for picnics and toilet facilities clean and tidy.
Landed in Perth, then drove straight here from the airport, as it’s an easy and short drive. There are a few different walks you could do(some involving lots of steps), so we only did a short walk to view the falls. The bonus is that...More
A great trek for a family with youngsters. Bit more difficult for toddlers or babies due to uneven ground, but distance of 1k round trip easily doable. Try drinking the water in the stream - cool and fresh. Be careful on the rocks at the...More
My partner and I walked the full loop around the falls, including a detour up to the bottom of the falls. The whole walk was about 5km and not too challenging.
One side of the walk was extremely well marked with good paths, the other...More
We accidentally saw this on the map and decided to check it out. Glad we did and highly recommend.
We arrived at the top car park and decided to do the full loop walks. The first part of the walk going to the look out...More