It only takes a few steps down a trail in Mundy Regional Park to feel like you’re in remote bushland.
With several walk trails to choose from, there’s plenty to explore here.
While some trails will see you winding through native bush featuring grass trees and wildflowers, others offer panoramic views of the city skyline and the Swan Coastal Plain.
Lesmurdie Falls is perhaps the main attraction of Mundy Regional Park. The waterfall rushes 40 metres down a face of granite rock into a valley surrounded by bushland, where it flows into a peaceful stream.
Visitors can view the falls from a multitude of impressive angles, including from trails at the base and top of the falls, and lookouts that sit alongside it.
When in need of a break from exploring, visitors can rest and refuel in the Lesmurdie Falls Picnic Area.
Located just metres from the car park and featuring shaded tables and accessible toilets, it’s the perfect spot to picnic, even if you don’t venture further into the park.
To experience Mundy Regional Park in all its natural beauty, we recommend visiting in late winter and spring. Water should still be flowing throughout the park, and wildflowers including orchids and hakeas will be in full bloom.
Dogs are allowed on-lead in the Lesmurdie Falls area and some other areas of Mundy Regional Park, so we recommend keeping an eye out for signs that instruct visitors where furry friends are and aren’t allowed.
Entry into the park is free, and there are two (2) sealed car parks available.
Please beware of snakes during warmer summer months and ensure children are supervised around the falls and other bodies of water.