Walyunga National Park is probably best known as a great spot to see the Avon Descent, or to have a picnic. Both make great outings, but the Parks Foundation wants to help visitors explore and understand Walyunga further. Archaeological evidence shows that the area has been used by local Aboriginal people for more than 40,000 years and was the site of the largest known Aboriginal campsite around Perth.
The project plan
New walking tracks and associated interpretation designed to tell Aboriginal stories are planned at a cost of $175,000.