Bush trails highlight history

by Rhys Prka

Cedar Woods’ Bushmead estate has unveiled two nature trails set to take residents and visitors on a journey exploring the area’s rich flora and fauna, as well as the estate’s unique history as a rifle range.

The interactive trail forms a 1.75km loop that explores Bushmead’s retained trail network whilst inviting exploration of the area’s rich history via interactive content on the Nature Play WA app.

“Through the interpretive signage along the trail and the Nature Play WA app, the community is educated about the significance of local flora and fauna and revegetation works to the ecosystem,” Cedar Woods WA State Manager Ben Rosser said.

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