SJ Play trails take traditional scavenger hunt games to a whole new level! Visit trail locations to unlock challenges, solve quiz questions and score points. Share our amazing Play Trails on social media for everyone else to enjoy using #sjplaytrails 

Visit the Nature Play WA Website to download the Play Trails app. Mobile Data usage applies.

Suitable for all ages. Children under 12 must be supervised.

Jarrahdale and Gooralong Brook Play Trail

Explore Jarrahdale’s history with the Jarrahdale and Gooralong Brook Play Trail!

The 1km long Play Trail within Jarrahdale runs between Foster Way and Gooralong Brook. 

Learn more about the rich history and heritage of the area, meet local wildlife and complete fun nature play activities as you make your way along the trail!

Mundijong Floral Walk Play Trail

Stop to take in the sights and sounds as you make your way along the Mundijong Heritage Nature Walk!

Follow the Play Trail down Paterson Street and experience the natural beauty and historical significance of Mundijong.

 You will stop at different locations, complete challenges to earn points on the leader board as you make your way along the trail!  

Brickwood Reserve Play Trail

Brickwood Reserve is a rare patch of open Marri and Kingia woodland tucked away in Byford. 

Protected under the State and Federal Law, this reserve is home to endangered wetland communities and includes several Bush Forever areas. 

Discover the natural beauty of the reserve and get inspired by its diverse range of flora and fauna as you complete this 1km Play Trail. 

The reserve is revegetated and cared for by the Friends of Brickwood Reserve Group and managed by the Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale

Note: When doing the trail in winter, be sure to wear your wellies as the ground can get quite wet and slippery.

Whitby Falls Play Trail

The Whitby Falls Play Trail is one of the most picturesque walk trails in the area with an accessible walking path, an array of stunning trees and a meandering brook.

The 1.5km loop also has multiple rest points and tables along the trail, perfect for enjoying the scenery and having a picnic. 

On this trail you’ll learn more about the history of Whitby Falls, get up close with native flora and fauna and complete fun nature play activities along the way!

Note: We suggest packing a picnic and having it when you reach the end of the trail. Also, when doing the trail in winter, be sure to wear your wellies as the ground can get wet and slippery.

Acknowledgement of funding 

The State Government through the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries is a major supporter of the Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale and the SJ Play trails. Sport and recreation builds stronger, healthier, happier and safer communities.