The park contains a network of trails. It is unclear how many trails are within the park and whether they are all marked. I accessed the park from the Lewis Road carpark and completed the "Lewis Road walk" which was roughly 3.3km long, following the red triangle markers. There are some discrepancies among my varying sources regarding the loop's length. One website lists the track as 5kms long and another website states that it is a 9.3km walk that can either be started or finished at Lewis Road or George Road in Lesmurdie. The signage around and through the park is bare, aside from the red markers. There appeared to be a lot of alternative routes along the track that we opted not to explore.
The trail is graded as a level four. Some parts are very narrow, others contain loose rocks and parts were a bit slippery. This track is probably more suited to people who have sure footing.
The views along the track are stunning. The bushland is very dense and green. For the most part, we walked alongside running water, which gave the park a very tranquil vibe. I'm excited to re-visit the park as it provided a challenging walk and beautiful views.
I didn't pass any toilet facilities during my visit. However, the DPAW have listed toilet facilities on their website. However, there are no water facilities, so please ensure that you have enough water.