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.
Take a detour off the Law Walk in Kings Park to view the wondrous ancient Boab trees. What do these Boab trees look like? They have bulbous trunks that are disproportionate to the rest of their structure. They are also referred to as bottle trees and are a relative of the African Adansonia species of Baobabs. What a tongue twister!
The Law Walk is a popular walk in Kings Park and can be combined with visiting the LotteryWest Federation Walkway as it is on the same side of the park.
It is easy to moderate in difficulty and can be accessed via several entry points. One starting point is to commence the walk at Rotunda 1.
Piney Lakes Reserve is a peaceful and beautiful 68-hectare space for conservation and recreation, located in the southern suburb of Winthrop. 50 hectares of native bushland and wetlands occupy the northern and western parts of Piney Lakes. The southern and eastern ends of the reserve are made up of developed parklands, with the focal point being the sensory playground and adjacent lake off Murdoch Drive. Piney Lakes is ideal as a family friendly picnic and play area, with lots of clean open spaces and paths for walking, jogging and cycling.
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