Baldwin's Bluff Trail

1 h to 2 h
30 min to 1 h 15 min

5.8 km

↑ 197 m
↓ -197 m

Moderate track
Starting from the Serpentine National Park day-use area on Falls Road, Serpentine, this walk takes you to the summit of Baldwin's Bluff and back via the Baldwin's Bluff Trail. Nestled in the heart of Serpentine National Park, Baldwin's Bluff is a hidden gem. You will pass through jarrah and marri woodlands throughout the walk, eventually transitioning to wandoo woodlands and then finally over exposed granite. Before reaching the summit, you'll pass a lookout with stunning views over the area. If not sure whether you've reached the top, look for large granite platforms. Soak in the views before returning the same way. The hike starts with a steep climb, requiring a reasonable level of fitness. Take care on the way back down, as the loose gravel and rocky sections can be slippery. Facilities at the Serpentine National Park day-use area include barbecues, picnic tables and public toilets. Let us begin by acknowledging the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we travel today, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.
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