Lesmurdie Falls At Sunset Guided Hike | 4.5 km | 2 Hrs

From AUD $50.00
  • Duration: 2 Hours (approx.)
  • Location: Lesmurdie
  • Product code: P5GVN0


We invite you to experience the best nature-based views of Perth City as the sun says farewell for another day, on this charismatic 4km guided hike of Lesmurdie Falls and the winding trails.  A short 30 minutes from the Perth CBD, and nestled in the heart of Kalamunda,  this iconic gem showcases one of the more spectacular waterfalls in the Darling Range escarpment while carving space for you to enjoy a bite-sized chunk of adventure on the trails.  With two fantastic view platforms at the top of the falls, and the opportunity to marvel at the beauty of the falls from below, there is an abundance of opportunities to absorb your natural surroundings, before meandering to the hidden lookout to sip a naked spritz and press pause as the sun sets over the ocean.


  • A guided 4km hike of Lesmurdie Falls in Kalamunda
  • Amazing historical stories and secrets covering local heritage of our fascinating hiking trail & surrounds
  • Panoramic views of the Perth City skyline
  • Enjoy the best seat in the house for a Perth sunset
  • A great experience with Perth's award-winning hiking tour operator
  • Friendly and knowledgeable, first aid trained tour guide
  • Our personal recommendations for local cafes and restaurants to enjoy a well deserved meal or coffee post hike

The Hike Collective is an award winning, tourism accredited and eco-certified hiking tour company. We provide the highest of quality hiking tour experiences, so you can enjoy with peace of mind.  Read our reviews and see what hikers say! 


Located 25km from the Perth CBD, head EAST towards the Perth Hills. Use the destination Lesmurdie Falls Carpark in your googlemaps.  Make your way to the Lesmurdie falls Car Park at the TOP of the falls, on Falls Road. Go to the bitumen carpark after passing the two gravel carparks. Parking here can be tight as it is a popular destination. If the carpark is full on arrival, please head to the gravel carpark, and find your way to the bitumen carpark by foot. 


This trail is moderate in difficulty due to the steep decline. Some fitness is recommended, but we also encourage you to hike at the pace that suits you. 


  • Bring plenty of water ( We recommend 1 litre per person)

  • Comfortable clothes and sturdy trainers or hiking boots. With the uneven gravel trail at times, good grip soles are advised.

  • If you have hiking poles, this is a great opportunity to use them, with uneven surfaces.

  • Camera to snap the stunning sunsets, waterfalls, and natural environment 

  • Personal first aid kit

  • Snacks to enjoy at the lookout for sunset


There are no car entry fees to this regional Park.


Toilets are available at the carpark.


This tour is a grade 3. It is still suitable for most ages and we recommend a moderate fitness level. It is recommended for people with some bushwalking or hiking experience. Trails may have short steep hills, rough surfaces, and sections of uneven ground