Whiteman Park is a photographer's delight and these three trails are sure to provide inspiration. Coupled with interesting interp from your guide and the company of like-minded women, this walk will make for a lovely day out exploring. Great for beginners, photographers, regular walkers, or those who just want to get outdoors and enjoy exploring somewhere different.
Join us in exploring three diverse trails (10km in total) within Whiteman Park where the biodiversity is extraordinary. We take a meander through this special and unique bushland which occurs nowhere else in the world. It has evolved and flourished in a very challenging environment. The park takes its name from Mr Lew Whiteman (1903-1994) who purchased land in the area in 1939 for the purpose of grazing cattle, before developing the popular picnic spot of Mussel Pool in the 1960â€™s.
The park was created between 1977 and 1990 by the State Government after purchasing landholdings from numerous owners, to protect the Gnangara Water Mound, a vital source of drinking water for Perth and to create a haven for local flora and fauna. It officially opened in 1986.
Adventurous Women ® Guide
Photos of your day
Morning Tea & Lunch
- Hat & Sunscreen
- Water - 2 Litres minimum
- Comfy Walking Shoes
- Cash/Card for morning tea at the cafe in Whiteman Park
- BYO Lunch
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No refund is available after departure of a walk or tour has commenced.