DUGITE WHISKEY WANDERINGS
Dugite Whiskey Wanderings has your expeditions sorted. We handpicked some great walking trail destinations around Western Australia, complete with insider tips. Explore hidden gems, expand your knowledge about local flora and fauna, and, of course, uncover the perfect spots to savour your dugite Whiskey.
Walk among the towering Tingle trees on elevated walkways, and don't miss the Ancient Empire Walk nearby to explore the forest floor. Look for the unique Red and Yellow Tingle trees.
2. Cape to Cape Track (Meelup Trail)
Enjoy stunning coastal views along this section of the Cape-to-Cape Track. Enjoy the remainder of the wildflower season and keep an eye out for dolphins and whales at this time of year as they frolic in the bay.
Location: Near Dunsborough
Distance: Approximately 14 kilometres (One way)
3. Karijini National Park (Dales Gorge)
Explore the gorges and natural pools within Karijini National Park. Don't miss Circular Pool, Fern Pool, and Fortescue Falls. Keep an eye out colourful birdlife.
Location: Karijini National Park
Distance: 1-2 kilometres (Various short walks)
4. John Forrest National Park (Eagle View Walk)
Hike through Jarrah forests and granite outcrops while enjoying panoramic views of the Perth Hills. Early morning or late afternoon is the best time to spot kangaroos and native birds.
Location: Near Perth
Distance: Approximately 15 kilometres (Loop)
5. Yanchep National Park (Ghost House Walk)
Explore the park's limestone caves and keep an eye out for Western Grey Kangaroos. The park is also home to koalas and diverse birdlife.
Location: Yanchep National Park
Distance: 2.5 kilometres (Loop)
6. Porongurup National Park (Castle Rock)
Hike to the summit of Castle Rock for panoramic views of the surrounding farmland and Stirling Ranges. It is also the best time of the year to look for unique wildflowers and orchids.
Location: Porongurup National Park
Distance: 3.8 kilometres (Return)
7. Kalbarri National Park (Loop Walk)
Discover the stunning gorges, including Nature's Window and Z-Bend. Keep an eye out for colourful parrots and eagles.
Location: Kalbarri National Park
Distance: Approximately 8 kilometres (Loop)
As you embark on these walking trails, remember to respect the environment and site guidelines, and savour the moment with a glass of Dugite Whiskey by your side. We hope these handpicked destinations inspire you to create unforgettable memories in our beautiful Western Australia.