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Subiaco Nature Passport

Updated: May 18



Discover Subiaco and it's surrounds, including 6 local parks, using the Nature Passport developed in partnership between the City of Subiaco and Nature Play WA. The Nature Passport will have the kids creating, imagining and exploring nature through activities such as inventing a scent, building a muddy sculpture or going on a "wildlife" safari. Suitable for all ages, the Nature Passport is available to collect from all City Facilities (we picked ours up at the Library) or you can download and use the Nature Play WA app by clicking here.


You can tackle the activities one at a time or pack them all into a big day out!


What can you hear? Do bat ears help?




Take a wildlife safari. What can you hear? What can you smell?




Create a muddy sculpture of something beautiful in nature.




Test your balance at Cliff Sadleir Reserve




Make a leaf monster.




Invent a scent or start a tree change observation.







How many of the 15 things to do in Subiaco have you ticked off?



Subiaco has some fantastic street art! Follow the Subi Art Discovery Trail and discover which one is your favourite.



Pack a picnic or plan a visit to one of Subi's fantastic eateries - what are you waiting for!



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In the spirit of reconciliation Out and About- Family Nature Connection acknowledges the traditional owners of the Wadjak boodjar (Perth land) and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their elders past and present and emerging and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.



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