Noble Falls (Perth), Western Australia

Located around 30 mins from Perth, Noble Falls is a perfect destination for those that are looking for a nice outing with family, friends, or just some downtime for themselves.

Main waterfall at Noble Falls

With some nice picnic areas and a scenic walking trail, this is a great day trip for those located in Perth.

How to get to Noble Falls?

Noble Falls is 51kms north east of Perth, or around 30mins drive out along Great Eastern Highway then onto Toodyay Rd. The closest town to Noble Falls is Gidgegannup which is 5kms away.

When is the best time to visit Noble Falls?

The best time to visit Noble Falls is during winter or early spring. During this time the falls are flowing well and if you’re there during springtime there are also some amazing flowers and fauna to see as you walk along Wooroloo Brook.

Is there a walking trail at Noble Falls?

The walking trail down past Noble Falls

Yes, if you’re keen on a walk, there is a great walking trail that takes you along Wooroloo Brook. Starting at the picnic area you can head down along Wooroloo Brook and then cut over the stream and back up to the picnic area.

How long is the walk at Noble Falls?

The walking trail at Noble Falls is 3.65kms and takes just over an hour to complete. However, if you have the time I’d allow at least 1.5hrs to complete as there are some beautiful scenic spots you can stop along the way.

How hard is the walking trail?

The walking trail is relatively flat, however, it does get slightly hilly towards the back of the trail as you cross over from one side to the other.

High viewing point at Noble Falls stream
Here is a photo of the highest point on the walking trail

Can you take dogs to Noble Falls?

Yes, you are allowed to take your dog to Noble Falls. Dogs can also be let off their leashes, however as it can get busy on the weekend and as there is a lot of native wildlife in the area dogs must be controlled by their owners at all times.

Are there BBQs at Noble Falls?

Yes, there are free gas barbies to use for those that are keen to fry up a feed. This would be a great spot to do a full English breakfast fry up;)

Can you swim at Noble Falls?

Yes, you can swim at Noble Falls. However, the areas around the falls are quite shallow and the rocks entering the falls can be quite slippery hence it’s not really the ideal spot for a dip.

With this in mind, it’s still a nice spot to sit around the edges and dip your feet in to cool off or for little kids to sit in the shallows having a splash around in the water.

What flora and fauna can you expect to see?

Buttercup flowers at Noble Falls

As you walk around the Noble Falls and head along the connecting streams you’ll come across some great flora and fauna. This will include, though not limited to:

  • Tress such as Blackbutt, Marri, Jarrah, and Gum trees
  • A stunning array of grass trees (especially towards the far end of the trail)
  • Wildflowers such as yellow buttercups which are scattered along the stream edges
  • A range of wild birds – keep an eye and ear out for Black Cockatoo and laughing Kookaburras!
Grass trees at Noble Falls Perth

Where is Noble Falls Tavern?

Noble Falls Tavern is located on the other side of the road from the Noble Falls car park. This is a perfect spot to grab a bite to eat or relax with a well-earned drink after your walk around Noble Falls.

Can you camp at Noble Falls?

No, you can not camp at Noble Falls. Only day use is permitted.

Photos and Videos of Noble Falls

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