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Trails and Magical Parks

Branch out and find trails and Magical Parks as part of the WA Tree Festival.

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Bibra Lake Tree Trail

Come celebrate the WA Tree Festival with this pop up tree trail. Walk, ride or scoot your way through the trail, and look out for fun facts along the way!

The tree trail runs 2.5km between the Walliabup Skate Park and the Bibra Lake Regional Adventure Playground (you can start at either end), and is available 10 April – 10 May.

 

What to bring:

  • Water bottle, sun screen and a hat.
     

Learn more about Bibra Lake Tree Trail.

Play Trails from Nature Play WA

Play trails take traditional scavenger hunt games to a new level. Visit trail locations and walk at your own pace, unlock challenges, solve quiz questions and score points. 

Bushland tracks at Kings Park

City of Perth bushland tracks offer an easy 1k loop trail or a longer 2.4km loop option. 

 

Terrific Trees, Pretty Plants and Attractive Animals Walking Trail Competition

Take a stroll through the luscious grounds alongside Lake Joondalup and immerse yourself in the local flora and fauna during this self-guided 1.1km walk through Neil Hawkins Park.

Learn more here

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Magical Parks

Become an Australian explorer, roam with dinosaurs or robots, learn about recycling and saving the bees!

 

As part of the festival two parks across the City of Stirling have become digital playgrounds. Using a phone or tablet, Magical Park combines outdoor play with gaming, and uses Augmented Reality to bring outdoor spaces to life.

 

Magical Park is free to play and perfect for ages 6-11.

Learn more about Magical Parks in the City of Stirling

Walk trails in the City of Armadale

City of Armadale boasts some amazing walks and trails, ranging from leisurely scenic strolls to graded bushwalks trails.

Significant tree trails

Perth Eastern Region

This document can be used as a guide to locate the trees that are community valued,
registered or significant within Perth's Eastern Region.  

 

 

City of Mandurah

Discover Mandurah’s Significant Trees across the city centre by walking the Significant Tree Trail.

 

Jarrahdale trails, tracks and walks

Orienteering in Jarrahdale Mill

Perfect for a range of abilities, check out the self guided orienteering tracks around Jarrahdale Mill.    

 

Heritage Society Walks

There are a range of guided and self paced walks in the picturesque Jarrahdale.

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