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This 3.5 kilometre easy walk through the Spectacles Wetland in Beeliar Regional Park passes through banksia, sheoak and grasstree vegetation.
The Spectacles is 360 hectares of natural bush and wetland and is part of the chain of freshwater lakes on the Swan Coastal Plain known as Beeliar Regional Park. It is so named because it comprises two wetlands joined by a waterway, giving it the appearance of a pair of spectacles. This walk is one of two in the area. The other is the Aboriginal Heritage Trail which cirumnavigates the larger wetland.
About the region
Beeliar Regional Park is a range of coastal wetlands containing an array of nature appreciation possibilities within the suburban confines of Perth.
Start Point: The Spectacles, McLaughlan Road, 35km (35minutes) south of Perth
End Point: The Spectacles, McLaughlan Road, 35km (35minutes) south of Perth
Region: Beeliar Regional Park, Perth
For more information, a location map and GPS file please visit Trails WA.