The wetlands are on the Register of the National Estate, and are arguably one of the most important conservation areas on the Swan Coastal Plain.

They contain more than 320 plant species, which equates to more than 21% of Perth’s floral biodiversity. The presence of a significant number of rare and endangered plant communities and species further add to the value of the area.

If you would like to visit the Greater Brixton Street Wetlands, there is an entry gate on Alton Street, which leads to an information bay and walk paths. Being a wetland, the area is sometimes inaccessible due to inundation. Gumboots are recommended for a fantastic springtime experience. Photographs of The Changing Seasons at the Brixton Street Wetlands shows the nature of place (provided courtesy of Department of Parks and Wildlife).

The Greater Brixton Street Wetlands are managed by the Friends of Brixton Street Wetlands with the assistance of the Department of Parks and Wildlife.

Lot 808 Brixton Street
Kenwick WA 6107