Adding value

Adding value

Building teams of volunteer Park Guides – and in particular, Indigenous Guides – who would be available during peak visitor periods to show interested people around, or just answer questions.

Filling in the gaps

Filling in the gaps

30-40% of trails in WA Parks are not recorded. This project involves filling those gaps and making the information available in digital maps for the State’s walk and bike trails

Mapping a way forward

Mapping a way forward

Smart technology will be used to make it easier for people to access information to plan and enjoy their Park visits with a new series of digital maps

Protecting native birds

Protecting native birds

Better control program for introduced corellas, an increasing threat to endemic species across the Perth metropolitan area and adjacent areas

Swan Canning Riverpark

Swan Canning Riverpark

Creating a network of trails along the Riverpark to improve visitors’ connection with the rivers and their understanding and enjoyment of the park.

Walyunga Dreaming

Walyunga Dreaming

New walking tracks and associated interpretation designed to tell Aboriginal stories

Celebrating Parks

Celebrating Parks

Promote WA Parks as a community asset, approaching new park users such as migrants and developing around a calendar of events

Starting at the beginning

Starting at the beginning

The John Forrest Renewal project will be the Parks Foundation’s template for many other ventures, working with aligned organisations and sponsors to improve conservation and recreation outcomes.