River Journeys update

As part of the Swan Canning River Journeys project, the most recent interpretive node to be developed is now under construction on the Matilda Bay foreshore.

River Journeys aims to develop a network of walking trails featuring 25 nodes or rest points located at key sites of environmental, historical and Aboriginal cultural significance. The nodes provide the community with the opportunity to pause, relax and contemplate the history and wonderful river environment we have on our urban doorstep.

Kent Street Weir interpretive node

Seven nodes have been developed and the eighth node at Matilda Bay has been funded through the WA Parks Foundation’s partnerships with the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions and Woodside.

Woodside’s valued involvement in the River Journeys interpretive project reflects the organisation’s commitment to social contribution and investment that aligns with community priorities and to supporting reconciliation activities that foster collaboration.

View more on Woodside’s Reconciliation Plan 2016-2020 here: https://www.woodside.com.au/sustainability/part-of-the-community/indigenous-peoples