Buggybuddys Guide to Walks and Picnic Spots in Perth
The ultimate guide to the best walks and picnic spots in Perth! Kids love burning off energy at parks, and Perth’s got some of the best with walks and picnic spots in the world.
Discover Whiteman Park! Whiteman Park is a unique recreation and conservation reserve that covers nearly 4,000 hectares of natural bushland. It includes picnic spots and leisure facilities. Explore the Children’s Forest, see wildlife in their natural habitat and pack a picnic lunch.
Likewise, take a visit to the Wanneroo Botanical Gardens. This features a kaleidoscope of colours, sights and sounds that will overwhelm your senses. Walk amongst the dappled shade of the trees, explore the many flower displays, rockeries and waterfalls. Play a round of miniature golf while you’re there!
Explore John Forrest National Park, one of Australia’s oldest conservation areas and WA’s first national park. The visitor area of John Forrest National Park contains barbecue and picnic facilities, in addition to cultivated gardens of native plants. The area around the brook provides a beautiful area for a picnics. There are tables surrounding the Rock Pool and barbecue facilities close by.
Similarly, Bells Rapids Brigadoon, where the Avon and Swan rivers meet, is a favourite spot for a family picnic at any time of year. Marvel at the abundant wildflowers and the many swimming holes that are great for cooling off in.
There are many wonderful walking and picnic spots to discover across Western Australia. Make some beautiful family memories today!