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#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Leederville
Great outdoor activity, walk around the lake to relax take in the natural beauty, lots of Black swans, they are beautiful!
Birds at this site included Black Ducks, Hardheads, coots, swamp hens, heron, egrets, grebes, musk ducks, blue billed ducks, silver gulls, corellas and wagtails.
Swan River Perth, Australia 1.7 mi away
#2 of 38 Nature & Parks in Perth
Clean enough to swim in, a pod of resident dolphins, patches of wetlands beloved of migratory birds, wonderful walking along the banks, sailing, fishing, crabbing, picnicking, restaurants with a view, even housebo...
You can walk, cycle, paddle, run or even Segway around the river I'd suggest a cycle around the narrows and causeway bridges to get a great view of the city and perhaps see some black swans or dolphins You can cat...
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Herdsman Lake Perth, Australia 2.7 mi away
#15 of 38 Nature & Parks in Perth
Apex predators here include wonderful swam harriers and the very deadly western tiger snake [ which is often more visible on sunny winter days, trying to soak up some warmth ].
Shady, so it's good even on a hot day, and showcases the extraordinary beauty of the paperbark trees in the wetlands and the enormous beds of rushes.
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Langley Park Perth, Australia 2.8 mi away
#20 of 38 Nature & Parks in Perth
Just one of the many natural beauties that make Perth Australia's best capital city (I've visited them all except Darwin).
Banks Reserve Mount Lawley, Australia 2.9 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Mount Lawley
If you follow the east side of the Swan river north from Windam bridge in East Perth you will reach this wonderful reserve.
Tomato Lake Kewdale, Australia 6.2 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Kewdale
How lucky are the residents of the City of Belmont to enjoy this picturesque birdlife sanctuary with walking paths, fitness equipment stations, picnic areas with tables and bbqs plus a coffee shop.
Above all it is a sanctuary for many birds, and we are glad to see ducks, geese, coots, ibis, a heron, and a pukeko (swamp hen).
Lake Claremont Claremont, Australia 4.5 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Claremont
A quiet unassuming place- the lake at the centre surrounded by approx 2.5 of walking / cycling path and in turn surrounded by parkland shaded by huge trees.
Lots of birdlife around especially when there is water in the lake.