Reconciliation Week Walk
Join City of Canning and Sister Kate's Home Kids Aboriginal Corporation for a self-guided walk around the picturesque Djarlgarro Beeliar (Canning River) while learning some of the local language and meeting the native wildlife 🌿🦋
All ages welcome!
The loop is 4km return, encompassing a broad range of the Canning River Regional Park's ecosystems.
This wheelchair friendly trail is popular with cyclists, walkers and bird-watchers. The path is also dog and pram friendly. 🐶♿
Enjoy a Welcome to Country, Smoking Ceremony, stories about the Djarlgarro Beeliar and morning tea. 💦🔥
Please consider the weather - bring a raincoat or umbrella in case of rain and wear enclosed shoes.
10am - 12pm, Sunday 28 May 2023 at Kent Street Weir Park, Wilson.
The Canning River Cafe is open from 7am - 5pm 🥗
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Bring your reusable water bottle to fill up at the drink fountain.
Consider car pooling, walking or riding your bike. 🚲🚶
We would like to acknowledge the Whadjuk people of the Noongar Nation as the traditional custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.
How do I get to the event?
There are two free parking options below:
The City encourages car pooling, walking and riding your bike.
Please avoid parking along Kent Street on the road.
Is there access and facilities for people with disabilities?
Reserved signed ACROD parking is available in the car park closest to the event venue.
Please display your ACROD pass.
For those in a wheelchair, path access comes off the car park near these bays.
The event site has many pathways and will allow for wheelchair usage.
Accessible toilets are also available.
Can I bring my dog?
Yes! However we do ask they are kept on a lead at all times
and doggie bags are brought.
Are there toilets?
Yes, an existing toilet block is near the event site.
Do I need to register to attend?
No, registrations are not required.
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