Teachers may take their students on a walk in the Canning River Regional Park at their own pace, focusing on areas of their choice. CREEC provides resources for the self-guided walks on request.

A Bird’s Eye View

Zoom in on amazing wetland birdlife

The Canning River Regional Park is home to a diverse range of local and migratory birds. Using binoculars and surveying techniques, students can check out waterbirds that live in and around the park. Class set of binoculars and identification sheets are provided.

Year: K - 12
No cost
Duration: Approx. 50 minutes

‘I Spy’ Sensory Walk

Use your super senses to investigate the wetlands

This self-guided walk encourages little eyes, ears and noses to observe and record the natural wonders of the Canning River wetlands. Class set of magnifying glasses, checklists, clipboards and pencils are provided. Cameras are also available on request.

Year: K - 2
No cost
Duration: Approx. 50 minutes

Canning River Regional Park Trail

Touching base with your local place

This self-guided trail traverses seven sites highlighting the natural, managed and constructed features within the Canning River Regional Park. Laminated maps, a teacher’s commentary and a resource bag are provided.

Year: 4 - 10
No cost
Duration: Approx. 60 minutes

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