Interpretive Trail

5 Stops
Distance: 700  Loop

Welcome to the Kent Street Weir Interpretive Trail where you will learn more about the history of the area and get a glimpse of the beautiful fauna and flora of the Djarlgarro Beeliar (Canning River).

The area is home to 97 species of birds. Commonly spotted birds include cormorants, swamp hens, ibises, pelicans, egrets, ducks and spoonbills.

This is a loop trail consisting of five (5) stops. It starts and ends at the bridge and is also wheelchair and pram friendly. Take time to enjoy your surroundings – there are so many hidden treasures to spot in nature!

Make your way to the start of the bridge to begin the trail.

Note: The sound of the river flowing can be particularly loud at times, especially when crossing the bridge.

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