Parks within Canning River Regional Park

Urban Forest

Cycle or walk on the dual-use pathway and learn all about the plants and animals in the area.

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A grassy open area with a foot bridge to access the northern side of the river and part of the Butterflies, Birds and Bridges Trail

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Mariamup Street Parkland

Launch your canoe or boat, there's a playground and a sheltered picnic area.

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Surrey Road Saltmarsh

A large grassed area with a park bench faces the river with excellent views across to the Riverton Bridge.

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Wilson Wetlands

Walk or cycle around the lagoon. Kent Street Weir has a cafe, toilets and plenty of places to enjoy a picnic. There are three walk trails that start from here. Three walk trails start here - Butterflies, Birds and Bridges Trail, Woodloes Walk Trail and Banksia Hill Loop. Check out the BMX track too. 

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Bridgeway Reserve

A small area tucked between Riverton and a wetland area fringed with vegetation.

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Kent Street Weir

Walk across the weir, enjoy a picnic on the grass, purchase refreshments from the cafe, launch your canoe and so much more.

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Mason's Landing

Launch your canoe and paddle on the Canning River.

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Riverton Jetty Park

Launch a canoe or small boat, fish, picnic, enjoy the cafe and the playground.

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Woodloes Park

Enjoy a picnic on the grass by the Canning River, explore the old Homestead or launch a canoe.

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Adenia Park

A great spot for fishing, cycling, walking, exercising your dog and picnics! 

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Banksia Hill Loop Trail

1.5 kilometres

This 1.5 kilometre loop trail in the Canning River Regional Park will take you through thriving Banksia woodland.  An excellent walk or cycle before or after a picnic or BBQ at the Kent St Weir.

Woodloes Walk Trail

6 kilometres

An historical multi-use trail from Kent St Weir, a weir built in 1927 to prevent salt water flowing upstream of the Canning River, along the river to Masons Landing, an area of land adjacent to the Canning River, significant for its use in the early pioneering days of the timber industry.

Butterflies, Birds and Bridges Trail

4 kilometres

One of the most stunning trails in the Canning River Regional Park, this four kilometre dual use trail will take you over sedge meadows, through mature woodlands, over creeks and amongst the crowns of a paperbark forest.

Lagoon to Living Streams Walk

4.8 kilometres

The walk among the sheoak, paperbarks and flooded gums along the Canning River, takes 45 minutes one way and little over an hour and a half return.

Canning River Wetlands

8 kilometres

An interesting 8km return paddle exploring a birdlife sanctuary on the upper Canning River. Narrow waterways and dead ends, mud banks, fish and, of course, all sorts of birds.