There are many tourist drives and Trails that connect people with places and provide a wonderful way to discover Western Australia's unique landscapes and explore our heritage. You can hike in our national parks and see spectacular wildflowers, paddle downstream through the tranquil forest or head off on an exhilarating mountain bike adventure.

Food Trails

The Harvest Highway Click to listen  Where the journey to the South West is a part of the experience

Albany Via Frankland River Click to listen

Highway 20, an alternative route to the South West of Western Australia. Escape the hustle and bustle of the freeway and enjoy the country towns of the South Western Highway.

Great Southern Taste take you on a journey through premium food and wine products of what is undoubtedly one of the world's cleanest and most diverse growing areas.

Heritage Trails

Pioneer Challenge - Route 120 -Heritage Hunt   is a fun pioneer heritage hunt with the aim of discovering the pioneers of our state. The game is a hybrid of a clue finding treasure hunt and a car rally that encourages people to explore our regional country towns. The hunt is based on Highway 120, which runs from York to Albany along the Great Southern Railway.

The Golden Pipeline Heritage Trail

The Pilgrim Trail™ is about storytelling, and once you’ve walked its 201 Km you’ll be able to share your stories too. The Camino Salvado is the way of Dom Rosendo Salvado – a Spanish Benedictine monk who came to Australia in the 19th century. The Camino Salvado follows The Pilgrim Trail™ from Perth to New Norcia.

Pathways to Wave Rock The Central Wheatbelt is a wonder waiting to be enjoyed. Its massive granite outcrops and spectacular views are a haven for birds, wildlife and wildflowers that delight bushwalkers, wildflower enthusiasts and photographers.

The Golden Quest Discovery Trail a 965 KM adventure drive in the WA Goldfields
Pioneers Pathway self-drive route that traverses the Wheatbelt following the well worn trail many prospectors once took on their way to the Yilgarn and Kalgoorlie Goldfields
The Gascoyne Murchison Outback Pathways feature three self-drive trails which traverse the red heart of Western Australia. Each trail is complemented by a series of roadside, interpretative signage, which opens your eyes to the wonders of this ancient landscape

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