Bold Park Trails

With over fifteen kilometres of walking trails and ten different lookouts with expansive city and coastal views, Bold Park offers you a very memorable experience any time of the year.

Why not visit the park early one morning to experience the bushland alive with birdlife? Or visit at dusk to discover bats and possums? Bold Park also boasts a spectacular array of wildflowers for you to enjoy throughout the year, particularly in spring.

Camel Lake Heritage Trail

Length: 1.7 km

Walking time: 30 minutes

Difficulty: Easy/moderate

Come and enjoy a relaxing stroll along the Camel Lake Heritage Trail. The  interpretive signage placed along the trail provides you with the opportunity to learn about the history, flora and fauna of the area. A great walk to unwind in nature and spot tawny frogmouths, honeyeaters, frogs and fungi.

Zamia Trail

Length: 5.1 km

Walking time: 1 hour 35 minutes

Difficulty: Varying

Take a walk down Zamia Trail amongst ancient zamias and towering tuarts. Admire expansive coastal and city views from one of the many lookouts, or join a free guided walk to learn more about the park. Look out for Carnaby's black cockatoos, curry punk fungus, goannas and button quail as you walk!

Tuart Walk

Length: 1.1 km

Walking time: 25 minutes

Difficulty: Challenging

For those who like a challenge! Perfect for visitors looking to build their fitness beneath the shade of towering tuarts. This trail circles the bushland restoration site managed by the Friends of Bold Park, so you can expect vibrant flowers and bushland at its best. The walk is lined with the white-flowering Eucalyptus decipiens which abounds in blooms in spring and summer.

Guided walks

Guided walks in Bold Park provide a unique bushland experience. Led by the Friends of Bold Park Bushland volunteer guides, the walks are held seasonally and showcase a stunning array of native plants and animals. They bring to life the park’s fascinating biodiversity, geology, turbulent history and current conservation projects.

Visit the What's On page to see what walks are coming soon.