Reserves within Beeliar Regional Park

Thomson's Lake Nature Reserve

Beeliar

Over 10,000 birds visit this internationally important wetland and nature reserve each year to feed before the lake dries out in the summer.

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The Spectacles

Beeliar

The two walk trails at The Spectacles have great opportunities for bird watching. Interpretive signs explain the story of traditional life as told by a Nyoongar elder and there is a bird hide located in the wetlands.

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Manning Reserve

Beeliar

There are plenty of places to walk, picnic and relax in this peaceful reserve, with a large picnic area next to Manning Lake. Visit the Azelia Ley Homestead to see what colonial life was like.

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Attractions

North Lake

Beeliar

North Lake has areas of banksia, jarrah and marri woodland, with waterfowl inhabiting the lake until it dries out each summer. Walk or cycle the path around the lake. 

Kogolup and Branch Circus

Beeliar

Kogolup Lake consists of two wetlands that are surrounded by jarrah and banksia bushland.

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Henderson Foreshore

Beeliar

Around 15km south of Fremantle, Henderson Foreshore has a lookout, a walk trail along the cliff top and a longer trail linking to other parts of Beeliar Regional Park.

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Mount Brown

Beeliar

Spectacular views of the surrounding Lake Mount Brown and Cockburn Sound are available from the lookout at the top of Mount Brown.

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Trails

Spectacles Aboriginal Heritage Trail

Bush Walk
5 kilometres

The Aboriginal Heritage Trail is a five kilometre loop walk around the northernmost wetland of the Spectacles, within the Beeliar Regional Park and located in the City of Kwinana.  Interpretation panels along the trail explain the animals, flora and lifestyle of the original Aboriginal inhabitants. There is also a bird hide and two side paths through paperbarks.

Spectacles Banksia Trail

Bush Walk
3.5 kilometres

This 3.5 kilometre easy walk through the Spectacles Wetland in Beeliar Park passes through banksia, sheoak and grasstree vegetation.

Henderson Cliffs Walk Trail

Bush Walk
300 metres

A short 300 metre loop walk to see some interesting limestone cliffs along Cockburn Sound in the Beeliar Regional Park.  A short section (100m) of the trail, from the carpark to the lookout, is sealed and wheelchair accessible.

Lake Mount Brown Walk Trail

Bush Walk
6 kilometres

This is an easy six kilometre flat walk in Beeliar Regional Park. The path is paved for two kilometres and then there is a limestone and sand four wheel drive track around Lake Mt Brown. Firewood banksia makes a showy display in autumn.

Mount Brown Walk Trail

Bush Walk
2 kilometres

A short and easy walk in the Beeliar Regional Park to a vantage point giving 360 degree views to Cockburn Sound, and inland surrounding areas.

Bibra Lake Loop

Cycle
6 kilometres

Long regarded as one of Perth’s southern suburbs favourite destinations, Bibra Lake is a great spot for a picnic and features an awesome adventure playground.  This 6 kilometre loop is an easy to follow dual use path .