We would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of this land – the Whadjuk people of the Noongar nation – and we pay respect to their elders past and present.
The City of Bayswater covers 33km2 just 8km north-east of Perth with 10km of Swan River foreshore. Many beautiful parks and conservation areas ensure abundant bird and other wildlife. The City of Bayswater has a complex and rich heritage, and is home to over 62,000 people.
In collaboration with Enviro House, Transition Town Bayswater and Nature Play WA, the City of Bayswater is delighted to unveil the City's first interactive trail to showcase just some of the history, attractions, and native wonders the Bayswater foreshore has to offer.
The trail is approximately 4.7km. To access the interactive trail, download the Nature Play WA ‘Play Trails’ App and select ‘Bayswater Foreshore Play Trail’. This site contains the ‘Treasure Hunt’ document, and also additional footage for each stop.
Download App Here
A total of 15 waypoints have been created on the Bayswater Foreshore Play Trail. Each waypoint includes text, visual and audio content including interesting history of the area and factual information.
For those looking for some extra fun on the trail, download the Treasure Hunt check off list, to help find 9 special points of interest along the trail.
Download Treasure Hunt Here
Please allow around 2-3 hours to complete. It works best when completed in order, but you can also visit the trail points in isolation.
If you are taking part in the trail, be sure to take care and remember that nature can present unexpected risks.