Immerse yourself in the Australian bush on horseback.

Follow ancient river systems, meander through natural bushland, ride through tall forests and along heritage railways on a network of bridle trails in Perth.

Bold Park Bridle Trail, Floreat

Time: 1-3 hours | Length: 6.75 km | Difficulty: Easy

This 7 kilometre return horse trail through Bold Park bushland provides a rare opportunity to experience relative 'wilderness' in Perth's urban area. With over fifteen kilometres of walking and bridle trails and ten different lookouts with expansive city and coastal views, Bold Park offers a memorable visitor experience at any time of year. Find out more.

Oakford Bridle Trails, Serpentine-Jarrahdale

Time: Half Day | Length: 25 km | Difficulty: Easy

Oakford Bridle Trails is a 25 kilometre network that meanders through Oakford bushlands and surrounding rural areas. Access beautiful riding land and get to know the trails and roads to create your own loops and routes that suit you and your riding buddies. Find out more.

Jarrahdale Bridle Trail, Serpentine-Jarrahdale

Time: Full Day | Length: 26 km (Loop) | Difficulty: Difficult

Langford Park in Jarrahdale is the focal area for this 26 kilometre bridle trail that showcases the changing character of the jarrah forest in this section of the Darling Range. The trail is well marked and minimal float parking is available at the corner of Buckland and Jarrahdale Roads but no facilities. Find out more.

Brigadoon Bridle Trails, Swan Valley

Time: Full Day | Length: 54 km (Loop) | Difficulty: Difficult

The Brigadoon Trails are a series of trails linked together to form two larger loops accessible from several locations. These trails are quite challenging requiring a reasonably fit horse which has either shoes or boots. The going is at time steep and quite rocky in places. There are however, shorter sections such as along the river which are flat and suitable for an unshod horse. Find out more.

Bungendore Bridle Trail, Perth Hills

Time: Less than 1 hour | Length: 3.2 km | Difficulty: Moderate

This 3.2 kilometre bridle trail in Bungendore Park leads through an area of natural Jarrah-Marri bushland. This park has a wide variety of flora and fauna, including endangered species of cockatoo, including Baudin’s, Forest Red-Tailed Black, and Carnaby's. Find out more.

Darling Downs Bridle Trails, Perth Hills

Time: Half Day | Length: 25 km | Difficulty: Easy

The 25 kilometre Darling Downs network provides an easily accessible, safe and pleasant place for horse riding for locals and visitors. In addition to the trails, the area features a 1600 metre sand surfaced trotting track , a fenced exercise area plus open riding space and small jumps. Find out more.

Railway Reserves Heritage Trail, Perth Hills

Time: Full Day | Length: 41 km (Loop) | Difficulty: Moderate

Railway Reserves Heritage Trail follows the route of the old Eastern Railway and is unique in providing a 41 kilometre loop entirely on railway formations. This extensive trail passes through quaint hills communities including Darlington, Parkerville and Mundaring, and covers a wide range of terrains with scenic views and numerous points of historical and natural significance. Find out more.

Kep Track, Mundaring to Northam

Time: Multiple Day | Length: 75 km | Difficulty: Moderate

The multi-use Kep Track uses the rail formation between Mundaring in the Perth Hills, to Northam, east of Perth.  The trail can take anywhere from a one to two hour walk, a bush outing for you and your horse, or a cycle adventure of several days. Find out more.

Jandakot Regional Park Bridle Trails, Jandakot

Time: 1-3 hours | Length: 14 km | Difficulty: Moderate

Jandakot Regional Park has numerous bridle trails that meander through the park through a range of intriguing landscapes including banksia woodland, wetlands and rural remnants .This trail network is great place to start out on your trail riding experience, as it is fenced. Find out more.

Les Couzens Bridle Trail, Dwellingup

Time: Half Day | Length: 24 km (Loop) | Difficulty: Moderate

This moderately rated 24 kilometre horse trail begins at the town oval in Dwellingup and loops through Lane Poole Reserve back to town.  Enjoy riding through the jarrah forest and pine plantations. Find out more.

Perth Trails and Itineraries

Explore our stunning scenery, iconic locations, rich heritage, public art and food and wine on a Perth Trail or Self-Drive Itinerary.