One of the City’s most important wetlands, Mary Carroll Park wetlands provides important roosting, breeding and summer refuge habitat for waterbirds.

165 Eudoria Street, Gosnells, WA 6110

The constructed wetlands that are the Tom Bateman Wetlands improve the quality of stormwater before it enters Djarlgarra (the Canning River).

Tom Bateman Reserve, Langford, WA 6147

The Djarlgarra (Canning River) foreshore and floodplain in Centennial Pioneer Park have undergone significant rehabilitation and restoration work that has produced a model rehabilitated natural landscape.

Pioneer Park, Gosnells, WA 6110

Comprising 53.6 hectares, the bushland is north of Holmes Street in Southern River.

Cnr Holmes Street and Balfour Street, Huntingdale, WA 6110

The only window into the pre-development landscape of Thornlie, the Hume Road Wildlife Reserve encompasses wetland, Banksia woodland and Marri woodland, and is a haven for birds.

Hume Road and Culligan Road, Thornlie, WA 6108

Comrie Road wetland is identified as a high priority site for conservation management by the City and provides an important vegetation remnant amongst a highly developed area.

154 Comrie Road, Canning Vale, WA 6155

The degraded foreshore of Djarlgarra (the Canning River) has been significantly enhanced through the work undertaken by the City and the Armadale Gosnells Landcare Group

Lot 1821 Glenbrook Road, Thornlie, WA 6108

Nature play spaces give children the exciting opportunity to play and interact with the natural environment. Children will have access to water play, trees to climb, climbing logs, stepping stones, cubby house building areas, two flying foxes, swings, paths for walking and riding, sand play, wooden and rope climbing structures, grass and garden space, picnic areas and shade shelters. Adjacent to the playground are barbeques, viewing platforms and a café / coffee shop so parents and carers can relax whilst little ones play nearby.

Brixton Street, Beckenham, WA 6107

The Djarlgarra (Canning River) foreshore and floodplain along Astley Street in Gosnells has been restored by the City and the Armadale Gosnells Landcare Group

Lot 800 Astley Street, Gosnells, WA 6110

Lander Swamp is a seasonally inundated wetland surrounded by urban development. It provides an important refuge for local fauna and is a key biodiversity asset of the area.

Lander Street, Southern River, WA 6110

Boasting the City's only amphitheatre, treetop walk, free barbeques, playground and toilet facilities, this park is a great place to visit. As a river park the reserve provides quality natural riverine vegetation that can be viewed by using the boardwalk that has been constructed to provide pedestrian access to the site without disturbing the precious natural environment.

Pioneer Park, Gosnells, WA 6110

A management plan prepared for the Nicholson Road Wetlands in Canning Vale by Biologic Environmental Survey in 2021 recommends revegetating 2.16 hectares of degraded parts of the land with up to 66,000 plants.

Nicholson Road Wetlands, Canning Vale, WA 6155

Adjacent to the Civic Centre, these extensive gardens include a lake with footbridge, war memorial, free barbeques, rose gardens, access to the Council Plaza and public toilets, ideal for large weddings and those special events.

2120 Albany Highway, Gosnells, WA 6110

The Harmony Fields fitness track and outdoor gym circuit provides all the benefits of a gym but without the membership costs. One of the only facilities of this kind south of the river!

Lot 359 Alcock Street, Maddington, WA 6109

The City's little hidden treasure, this park includes a playground, water feature, gazebo and a beach area. It is ideal for both wedding ceremonies and children's birthday parties

Ruth Avenue, Canning Vale, WA 6155

Corriedale Springs boasts a rehabilitated living stream and riparian vegetation to improve its environmental value.

Lot 3214 Corriedale Place, Gosnells, WA 6110

Community gardens are great places where people come together to grow food, foster good health, support life-long learning and cultivate vibrant communities.

Southern River Community Garden, 80 Anaconda Drive, Gosnells, WA 6110

The degraded foreshore of Djarlgarra (the Canning River) in John Okey Davis Park, Gosnells, has been significantly rehabilitated by the City and the Armadale Gosnells Landcare Group.

Lot 4147 Homestead Road, Gosnells, WA 6110

Hester Park encompasses a very large area of the Djarlgarra (Canning River) foreshore and floodplain in Langford.

Lot 4 Spencer Road, Langford, WA 6147

The Shreeve Road Reserve Wetland is a seasonal wetland located between Waterperry Drive and Shreeve Road in Canning Vale. This large wetland exists in a completely urbanised catchment and is large enough to provide habitat for bandicoots and supports a substantial diversity of bird life. With mush of the area considered to be in pristine condition, this location contains some of the most valuable bushland in the City.

Lot 849 Waterperry Drive, Canning Vale, WA 6155