There are 44 bushland and 73 foreshore reserves within the City of Swan's boundaries. Some of the metropolitan area's most significant communities of flora and fauna can be found in these reserves.
There are a number of activities freely available in our reserves where the unspoilt beauty of natural bushland areas and opportunities to appreciate the local flora and fauna can be enjoyed. The City of Swans Trails, parks and picnics guide(PDF, 6MB) provides information on a number of these parks and reserves and of facilities located nearby.
Walking in natural bushland areas provides opportunities to appreciate the local flora and fauna, and reflect on the unspoilt beauty that is still available for all of us to enjoy. Bushland walking trails within the City of Swan's reserves include Noble Falls(PDF, 1MB), Bells Rapids(PDF, 1MB), Wandoo Heights(PDF, 412KB), Gidgegannup(PDF, 2MB), and the F R Berry Reserve(PDF, 1MB).
Cycling and driving trails are also available. Information is available from the Perth Tourism website or contact the Swan Valley Visitor Centre for more information.