One of western Australia oldest park, in the Perth hills , just off the great eastern highway near mundaring , John Forrest national park has various trails , bbq and picnic facilities and magnificent scenes of the swan river plains. , a spectacular setting where nature a d culture meet together.
So if you enjoy bush walking on a medium distance, John Forrest National Park is a good place to explore. There are several trails inside the park, the short ones are the wild flower trail, the national waterfall trail, or the horse trail. These are the ones in the range of 5 km. If you want to add more of... 更多
We visited the park on Friday 10 June 2016. We had an excellent lunch (with vegetarian options) at the tavern. The staff were really friendly with top service. After lunch we spent time with the Kangaroos who shared their space with ducks and a variety of other birds. Beautiful!
We very recently visited this beautiful national park. I highly recommend a visit to the tavern. We had a wonderful lunch there. Great food with vegetarian options and the staff are absolutely lovely.
We made the most of a sunny winters day to drive up to the end of Morrison Road to walk the along the trail to the Swan View rail tunnel. The views along the trail are lovely, down over the valleys and through to the city. They are still finishing their development at this end of the trail, but there... 更多
What a great way to spend the day. We walked along the trail to the Old Railway Tunnel and it was definately worth the walk. We passed the place where the waterfall would be if it had been raining but unfortunely it was dry when we went. That just means we've got an excuse to go back later on to... 更多