Lake Leschenaultia is a huge scenic manmade lake, offering an abundance of water and land based activities to entertain the entire family. Hire a canoe for a few hours or take the three kilometre walk trail around the lake to explore the area on foot. You may get to see some of the numerous species of native birds, kangaroos, possums and echidnas that live in the area.
Children of all ages will enjoy the calm, tranquil waters and white sandy beaches. Make the most of the excellent picnic and ba...
As well as being an idyllic place for a scenic drive, a picnic with friends, or bushwalking, Mundaring Weir is also an important part of Western Australia's heritage.
Located in natural bushland in the Perth Hills, Mundaring Weir is one of the world's greatest engineering projects.
Completed in 1903, the Weir was the start of the water pipeline that pumped water to the Kalgoorlie goldfields, some 700 kilometres away.
At the foot of the weir is the Number 1 Pump Station Museum where you can...
Whiteman Park near Perth’s Swan Valley is a perfect bushland escape from the city.
Here you can enjoy a barbecue or picnic, go bushwalking and cycling, and take in some of the local attractions including an antique display, Transport Museum, Tractor Museum, shops and a café.
The kids will love the historic tram and train ride which tours through a large slice of the park.
Nearly half of its 4,300 hectares is designated as a conservation reserve. Here, there are woodlands of Marri, Jarrah an...