Baldwins Bluff Trail

A moderately difficult trail the Baldwins Bluff Trail is highlighted with spectacular views from the summit.

Trail Description

The Baldwin Bluff Trail is a 6km loop in the Serpentine National Park offering spectacular views of the Swan Coastal Plain, valley and the Serpentine Falls, which can be enjoyed from the summit. The walk requires a reasonable level of fitness as it climbs up gravel tracks to Baldwin's Bluff. Throughout the walk you will pass through jarrah and marri woodlands, eventually coming to wandoo woodland and then finally over exposed granite.

Excellent wildflowers during August to November.

Distance: 6km loop

Duration: Approx. 2 hours

Trail Grade: 4

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(Bushwalking experience recommended. Trail contains long steep sections and unstable or slippery surfaces).


Car Parking, BBQ, Picnic Tables, Public Toilets


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Serpentine National Park

Things you need to know before visiting Serpentine National Park

  • Park Fees - Click here
  • Gates open at 8.30am and close at 5 pm.
  • In summer, and on the weekend, the park reaches capacity quickly - it is recommended you arrive by 10 am.
  • No alcohol or glass is allowed in the park.
  • Please do not feed any native animals or birds.
  • Dogs aren't permitted in the park.
  • Picking wildflowers is not allowed.