Harris Track

The Harris Track (also known as the Ridge Trail) stretches south 9 kilometres from the Belvidere Campground & Day Use Site to The Cut Campground, between the Leschenault Estuary and the Indian Ocean.

The path winds through Tuart and Peppermint woodland along the coastal dune ridge. Walkers can enjoy panoramic views across the Leschenault Estuary to the Darling Scarp and across the Indian Ocean.

Along the path, you may see kangaroos, lizards and many birds including Carnaby’s black cockatoo, pelicans and the black-shouldered kite. Bottlenose dolphins are regular visitors to waters at The Cut.

At the start of the track, western ringtail and brushtail possums are often seen in the campground at night.

Trailhead Location

  • Park at the Belvidere Day Site Car Park, then walk to the trailhead (note: no signage)


  • Grade 2 -3 Bush Walk. Mostly flat. Loose limestone and sand.


  • 9 kilometres (18 kilometres return)


  • 3.5 – 4 hours return



  • Public toilets
  • Family-friendly
  • Car park
  • Campsites available
  • Free parking
  • Picnic facilities

Harris Track

  • Buffalo Road, Leschenault WA 6233
  • Open 24 hours
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