Take A Swim In The Serpentine Falls

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PERTH TO SERPENTINE FALL DAY TRIP

Distance from Perth to Serpentine Falls – 65.9km
Travel time – 52 min via Kwinana Fwy/State Route 2

Serpentine Falls is located within the Serpentine National Park and the waterfall is truly the crowning jewel here. The park is located very close to Perth, which makes it a must-visit day trip. Given the fact that the Serpentine National Park is surrounded by epic natural wonders, there is a lot for nature and adventure enthusiasts to indulge in here.

Serpentine Falls is one of the key attractions in the Serpentine National Park. In fact, it is one of the prime reasons why the park was established in the first place. The Serpentine Falls is located on the western edge of the Park and is surrounded by spectacular landscapes nearby.

A Perth to Serpentine Fall day trip is a popular option, since the park is located very close to Perth City.

What to do on Perth to Serpentine Fall day trip?

Visit the Cohunu Koala Park as you get an up close and personal experience with Australian wildlife. You can feed the animals at the park and even cuddle a koala!
Take a dip in the stunning Serpentine Falls before having a picnic or enjoying a barbeque.
Pay a visit to Millbrook Winery in Jarrahdale as you indulge your taste buds in an exquisite food and wine experience.
Explore the Serpentine Dam and spot birds and wildlife while you take in the stunning beauty of the Darling Scarp.
Go mountain biking at Langford Park in Jarrahdale or take a guided walk.

What to pack for a Perth to Serpentine Fall day trip?

Visiting Serpentine Falls in April means perfect temperatures. However, it may rain regularly so be sure to pack waterproof footwear, raincoat, umbrella and waterproof luggage in addition to comfortable clothing, sandals and sunscreen lotion.

Serpetine Falls are a beautiful and popular part of the picture-perfect Serpentine National Park, about 50km south-east of Perth.

The Falls are a great alternative to the beach on hot days: water, waterfalls, no sand – what more could you want?

Besides the fun swimming opportunities there is also some fantastic wildlife around, including kangaroos – making it a great place for a bush walk or picnic – provided you keep an eye on your food.

You can also access the Serpentine Falls from a viewing platform that meanders through the local bush and vividly-coloured rocky formations and outcrops. There is a Falls Walk Trail, only 400m from the car park, which also leads to the viewing platform.

The car park is equipped with all the creature comforts you could ask from your day out in nature: toilets, BBQs, tables and shady areas. The picnic ground is usually full of tame wild kangaroos looking around for a bite to eat from unwary travellers.

The Park is with a visit all year round; although the water levels are lower in summer, the falls are warmest and the dip is most refreshing. The falls are much fuller in winter with rapid-flowing streams that make for fantastic photography opportunities. In spring the wildflowers emerge – and the daring can go for a swim.

During the busy summer, it’s better to arrive early on before11am, since the Rangers close the gates after the park has reached a maximum capacity. Gates are open between 8.30am and 5pm.

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