Endowed with rich Aboriginal mythology, tree-filled valleys and the cooling waters of the Swan River, Walyunga National Park is a popular picnic destination and an ideal spot to watch the annual white water event, the Avon Descent.
Archaeological evidence shows the area has been used by local Aboriginal people for more than 40,000 years. It is a place of great cultural significance and was the site of one of the largest known Aboriginal campsite around Perth, in use until the late 1800s.
The WA Parks Foundation is seeking sponsorship for the development of new walking tracks and associated interpretation designed to tell Aboriginal stories of this area.
For further information on how you can sponsor this project please contact the WA Parks Foundation.