Landsdale Park Wildflower Walk
Updated: Aug 17
A wildflower walk through Landsdale Park mid August revealed a multitude of gorgeous flowering plants. Exploring the bush trails for wildflowers at a slow pace this walk took about 2 hours but at a faster pace you could easily make it around in less than an hour and still stop to see lots of amazing plants. Landsdale Park is open for public access through a gate on Landsdale Road, just behind Landsdale Farm.
A limestone interpretative walk trail runs through the park marked by trail markers featuring the Port Lincoln ring-neck parrot. There are twelve numbered posts to follow. This bushland trail is 660 metres long and will take 20 to 45 minutes to walk.
If you are lucky you might spot a quenda or some of the different reptiles that call this area of banksia and jarrah bushland home.
WA Wildflower Society host a guided wildflower walk on the first Saturday of each month in Landsdale Park at 8am. Join the people in the know to explore beyond the trails and really discover the bush through it's plant, insect and animal inhabitants.
Combine a wildflower walk in Landsdale Park with a visit to Landsdale Farm right next door on Evandale Road. Here you can visit farm animals, stroll through the herb garden and do some gnome spotting or have a cuppa and a bite to eat at Haystack Cafe followed by a play on the large covered playground.
If you are amongst the multitude of parents whose kids play weekend sport at the nearby Kingsway Regional Sporting Complex combine a bush walk with your weekly sports commitments and a play the the Kingsway Dinosaur Park.
The Kingsway Markets, selling fresh produce are held at Olympic Kingsway Sports Club within the Kingsway Regional Sporting Complex every Saturday morning from 8am until 12pm too.
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