SIXTY FOOT FALLS TRAIL will be closed for maintenance from Tuesday 26 April to Friday 27 May 2022.

This important work and short term inconvenience will make your future walking experience more enjoyable. 

Access to Barrington Quarry will not be available.

Other local walk trails can be found at Honeyeater Hollow, here at Ellis Brook Valley, or at Hardinge Park, approximately 7km away.

For more information, contact the City’s Environmental Management Team on 9397 3000.


Walking is the most popular leisure activity in the City of Gosnells. Anyone can do it and it's free.

Health benefits

Regular walking offers many healthy benefits, including:

  • Improved fitness and weight control
  • Reduced risk of heart disease, some cancers, diabetes and osteoporosis
  • Improved muscle tone and strength
  • Less stress
  • Improved mental health.

Local walking routes

Walking in your local neighbourhood is easy with the aid of local walking route maps. Utilising local paths, the walks are between 30 – 60 minutes long and suitable for all ages and abilities. Click on the location below to view each map.

Hills trails

Residents who enjoy nature can go bushwalking in the Darling Range. The Darling Range is full of birds, native animals and Spring wildflowers. Bushwalking opportunities in the City include:

Bickley Reservoir to Victoria Dam return walk (parking available at Hardinge Park, Martin)

Ellis Brook Valley walk trails include:

  • Blue Wren Ramble
  • Sixty Foot Falls Circuit
  • Eagle View
  • Easy Walk Trail (suitable for wheelchairs)

For details about walk trails in the City, call the City of Gosnells on 9397 3000.