Go wild this September

National parks across the State will be showcased with the WA Parks Foundation’s Spring into Parks campaign.

Spring into Parks, made possible by Lotterywest, opens on September 12 at the Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk in the Walpole-Nornalup National Park to coincide with the 25th anniversary of this outstanding attraction.

Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk. Image:  Parks and Wildlife Service (DBCA)

There will be entertainment and fun activities for the family to enjoy with live music, food stalls, community land art, face painting plus arts and crafts for the kids.

Spring into Parks celebrates our spectacular wilderness and access to nature through a diverse range of events and activities – from a journey sticks scavenger hunt, to stargazing in Badgingarra, yoga in an ancient cave and hut building and flag making at Yanchep National Park.

The campaign focuses on the benefits of spending time in nature for improved mental health and wellbeing, at the same time highlighting the cultural and environmental   significance of the land and promoting the importance of conserving parks for future generations.

Running until October 23, Spring into Parks features ways to harness your inner wilderness warrior to reset and recharge.

Visit Spring into Parks for all the details.