This is a well graded trail lines with tree fern with a gentle downhill slap from the starting point on Stephenson Place, Ferntree to the finish just under three kilometres away.
At 11 kilometres return, this ride over a very rough 4X4 track to the coast was a great way to fill in a couple of hours one afternoon while camped at Border Village.
This is not a particularly difficult ride, but the location, summer heat and the short but steep climb back up the escarpment will test your endurance.
Riding around Kings Park is relatively easy using either a road, mountain or hybrid bike and this is just one of many cycling options in this popular destination.
Meandering along the Canning River in East Perth, this 7km return shared use trail starts and finishes at Kent St Weir, passing through the beautiful Bebington, Woodloes and Canning River Regional Parks in the process.
The Swan River is a key aspect of Perth's personality and this ride highlights many aspects of this lifeline. From birds and fish to river dolphins and possibly even a shark or two, to the wide estuary and spectacular parkland, this ride has it all and is simply a beautiful outing.
Duckhole Lake is a flooded sinkhole that is part of the surrounding cave and karst landscape and getting there is via a 1.8km undulating walking trail that for much of the route, consists of 'duckboards' for much of the route.
As the trail meanders through the natural bushland stop to read the 15 interpretive panels ranging from Aboriginal and early settlement stories to birds, the night sky and the weather. This is an easy ride, suitable for most bicycles.
Much of the route is on a high-quality shared path running next to the Kwinana Freeway with connections to railway stations along the Perth to Mandurah line including the Canning Bridge, Bull Creek, Murdoch, Cockburn, Warnbro, Rockingham, Wellard and Kwinana.
The mostly flat trail stretches over 14km, following West Swan Road, and features a shared-use path that is suitable for riders of all ages and fitness levels. It can be entered at three points – Stirling Square in Guildford, on the Maali Footbridge and West Swan Hall.
Regardless of your mode of transport, this is a very popular loop in Perth city, allowing you to experience the beauty of the Swan River that includes plenty of places to stop for refreshments or just to explore.
Running alongside Ocean Beach Road and with native bushland at the other elbow, it provides easy access to other cycle paths in Denmark and offers beautiful views out over Wilsons Inlet from several points, including the Ocean Beach lookout not far from the end.
The three kilometre Mokare Heritage Trail is a shared use path meandering down the eastern side of the Denmark River between the Denmark Traffic Bridge (on South Coast Hwy) and the Denmark Heritate Rail Bridge at the mouth of the Denmark River where it empties into the Wilson Inlet.
A 424 (5 hour) drive south of Perth, the Inlet Drive Cycle Path is an easy, shared use path from Ocean Beach Road, near Weedon Hill around Wilson Inlet to finish at the Railway Heritage Bridge over the Denmark River mouth.
With picnic features, a great playground, bird hides, lots of shady places to sit and of course this 6 kilometre shared use loop, there is no shortage of attractions to keep you occupied.
Initially opened in 1891 as part of the Upper Darling Range Railway line, it was closed in 1949 and the rails removed before being converted into a one way road travelling from the top of the zig-zag down to the bottom.
As you ride this trail you will are almost guaranteed to see some of the local inhabitants; kangaroos, reptiles and native birds as well as the more sedentary "Golden Pipeline" which at 560km in length, is the longest fresh water pipeline in the world.
Melville Water Riverpark Trail is a shared use trail showcasing many interesting aspects of Fremantle as it winds its way along the banks of the Swan River from the Fremantle Traffic Bridge to Canning Bridge.
Only completed in 2014, this is a short shared use pathway meandering along the beautiful Dry Creek corridor from Vaucluse Reserve on Grand Junction Road through to Wynvale Dam in Golden Grove.
Located an easy half hour drive from the centre of Adelaide, the Wirraparinga Trail meanders around the Brownhill Creek valley, drawing cyclists and walkers deep into the park as the trail skips from one side of Brownhill Creek to the other.