Another gem from the Life of Py’s “A Dog Friendly Hiking Guide to Perth“, Megan and I met up super early in the morning to take Charlie and Kibble out to Ellis Brook Reserve.
The highlight of Ellis Brook Reserve is the 60 Foot Falls. Now being the end of Summer, I didn’t have high hopes of the waterfalls flowing, but I thought it might be trickling at least. No such luck. We scrambled all the way to the top (and I mean scrambled, there are some steep steps!) and took in the view from the top.
We hiked down the other side into Old Barrington Quarry. The fence was ripped down, making easy access. It’s not dangerous for a walk, but it is dangerous to swim. It doesn’t necessarily stop people though. Natural selection at its finest.
After exploring the quarry we kept walking, only to find we were back to the car park. It was a less than 2km walk! I would rate it a moderate fitness hike, just because of the steep hike up the side of the waterfall! I would also recommend a visit after some rain, because without a waterfall, it was a bit ordinary.
Where is your favourite hiking spot in Perth?
Wow, this is an amazing post indeed, thanks a lot for your time share this post, appreciated, we would love to visit this place sometime son, but currently, we are having an Everest base camp trek 8 days with Alpine ramble treks in Nepal. hope to go there as well
wow the photos are gorgeous!
Thanks! It’s such a great spot full of wonderful colours 🙂