The same singularly proud and reserved nature which turned away with disdain from popular notoriety was capable of being moved to its depths by spontaneous wonder and praise from a friend.
–Watson’s narrative, in Arthur Conan Doyle’s The Return of Sherlock Holmes

We had a great time this afternoon walking the Central Perth trail! It was a great way to see parts of the city we hadn’t been to in years. My kids (12 & 9) kept saying how clever the clues were. We are looking forward to doing the next one!


We had a great time completing the Fremantle walk. We had a wonderful day out and saw more of Fremantle than we usually do. We are planning to do the Kings Park one next week after all the fun we had!


I just wanted to say thank you for your fantastic Fremantle walk. Today myself and my 3 children, 12, 10 and 7 spent 4 hours wandering Freo completing the puzzle. We all loved it, such a fun day and even my 12 yr old son commented on how much he learned. We  are off to Rottnest at the end of Jan and will definitely be doing your walk there.


We did the trail through Northbridge yesterday. It was fantastic! We will definitely be doing another one these holidays. My daughter in the wheelchair is very limited on school holiday activities but this was just perfect.


We enjoyed the Perth Sweet and Savoury walk – especially the Percy Button stop as Percy used to stop in at my family’s plumbing shop, which was where IGA now is in Leederville. I’m very proud of my State and thanks for bringing its history to life.


Did you know the Australian raven (commonly mistaken for the crow) has a southwest subspecies known as Corvus coronoides perplexus? I hope you’ll be perplexed on one of the WA Detective Trails puzzle walks.