Explore: Discover the River Journeys project at eight nodes along the Swan Canning Riverpark

River Journeys is a project aimed at developing a network of walking trails featuring 25 nodes or rest points located at key sites of environmental, historical and Aboriginal cultural significance. Eight nodes have been developed by the Parks and Wildlife Service – at Heathcote Reserve, Adenia Park, Brentwood Living Stream, John Tonkin Reserve, Bicton Baths, Point Walter, Kent Street Weir and Matilda Bay. To learn more about the Whadjuk Noongar cultural significance of the HeathcotePoint Walter and Bicton Baths sites, download the free “Geotourist” app, which will guide you to a series of audio stories shared by Whadjuk Elders.

Click here for more information about the Swan Canning Riverpark.

For more on our new interpretive node on the Matilda Bay foreshore, click here.

Cost

Free

Date

Oct 04 2020

Location

Matilda Bay Reserve and Swan Canning Riverpark
Hackett Drive, Crawley 6009