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Discover the natural wonders in your own backyard. Experience nature at it's best with guided walks in the City's nature reserves.

View the wildflowers in peak season, hunt for insects, fish and frogs in the wetlands or be amazed by what comes out after dark.

Ellis Brook Valley

Ellis Brook Valley is recognised as one of the best wildflower areas in Perth, with over 550 species found and catalogued. Situated in the Darling Range, Ellis Brook Valley has a seasonally flowing brook and supports an array of native animals, birds and insects.

See related links below to download the Ellis Brook Valley brochure.

Mary Carroll Park

Mary Carroll Park is one of Perth's major breeding wetlands. Found in the heart of Gosnells, this park is a haven to a variety of waterbirds, songbirds, reptiles and turtles. Migratory birds, including Rainbow Bee-Eaters, visit the park every spring.

Brixton Street Wetlands

Brixton Street Wetlands is an extraordinary mixture of wetlands containing over 320 plant species. Located on a very flat waterlogged Pinjarra Plain that lies at the base of the Darling Range, the wetlands are habitat for the Quenda (Southern Brown Bandicoot), waterbirds and many native terrestrial and aquatic animals.

Eco Walks and Talks Brochure

The Eco Walks and Talks program is conducted during the cooler months. The new program is now available below through the related link.

Friends Groups

The Friends groups work to rehabilitate, preserve and maintain the natural environment for the benefit and well being of the natural flora and fauna. Friends groups undertake many activities including; revegetation, weed control, education, litter clean up, seed collecting and walks.

For further enquiries and to book please contact the City of Gosnells on 9397 3000 or email

Eco walks and talks events

CONTACT DETAILS
Telephone
9397 3000
Fees
Free
Suitable
Teenagers, Families, Adults, Children, 
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