This section is dedicated to covering the great outdoors in Perth.
Featured articles include Kings Park - our premier park in the city, the Point Fraser Westlands - located on the Swan river foreshore only a few steps away from the Perth CBD, the fabulous Hyde Park situated at the backdoor of Northbridge and many more exciting places to explore.
Western Australia is synonymous with wildflowers and for several months every year the rain and sun transform what is some of the harshest landscape in the world into Mother Nature’s own garden.
Following on from the article on Kalamunda Circuit, featured below are a series of photos showing interesting things captured during the walk.
As you walk the Kalamunda Circuit, you will pass through a mixture of flora including Eucalypts, Dryandra, Grass trees, Acacias and Banksias. For those with an interest in flora, you should be able to spot some colourful wildflowers and other interesting flora on your walk.
Point Heathcote Reserve in Applecross is made up of picturesque gardens and heritage buildings, overlooking the Swan River and the Perth cityscape in the distance. Once the site of Heathcote Mental Reception Home, it is now a heritage listed open space for the public to enjoy. Challenger TAFE also has a campus on Heathcote Reserve and manages the Kitchen Building and Swan House.
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