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WITHOUT THE DRIVING.
Find tons of natural adventures an hour from
Perth. Start planning your escape route today.
Good news for would-be equestrians: there are so many
places to learn to ride in Perth you have to wonder if
there are enough animals to go around. Take a class or
venture out on the trail with these local operators.
Riding School and
Don’t let Excelsior’s
coach Sally-Leigh Woods
intimidate you – this
school welcomes students
of all levels, and offers
adult group classes (with
morning tea provided!).
99 Eleventh Road,
Conveniently located (the
nearby Claremont cafes
make for good post-ride
pit-stops), the Showgrounds
is a great place to get
riding experience without
venturing too far afield.
1 Graylands Road,
Avonlea Farm Riding
See the Perth Hills from horseback on a guided trail ride. Avonlea Farm
runs rides on weekends and school holidays, at any time you like, and
offers discounted rides on its website. 425 Victor Road, Darlington.
1300 Trail Rides
Winter is the perfect time for this Moore River trail, which gets very dusty in
summer. With a range of trail rides suited for every skill level, this is a good
option for families. Lot 504 Telephone Road, Neergabby.
Zia Park Equestrian Centre
Choose between a class or a trip on the easy 3km trail at this Gidgegannup
school. A great option for kids, Zia Park also offers school holiday classes
and, for the really committed, residential holiday courses. 8410 Stoneville
Try an indoor class at this
Wattle Grove facility, which
also offers niche holiday
courses (think Western,
harness, and dressage). 56
Brook Road, Wattle Grove.
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