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A photo of the outside of the Canning River Eco Education Centre on a sunny day.

Top tips and insider info: plan your visit to Canning River Regional Park with this expert advice

For over 10 years, Tracy Lyon has proudly worked as an administration officer and community liaison at Canning River Eco Education Centre (CREEC). She’s also a Wilson local, living just down the road from Kent Street Weir.   So, it’s no surprise that Tracy has a wealth of knowledge when it comes to the animals, …

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With masks now on in WA primary schools, time in nature is even more important

While children (and parents!) may find the new mask rules for children challenging, Nature Play WA has some tips on supporting your child in wearing a mask, and how to help them decompress and wind down when the day at school is over, and the mask comes off.  With Western Australia moving to Level 2 …

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National Reconciliation Week 2021 – More than a word, Reconciliation takes action

Aboriginal art workshop at Nature Play WA and City of Gosnells’ International Play Day event with Urban Indigenous It is National Reconciliation Week and I would like to reflect on what I think it means for the children in our community. I will begin with my own lived experience, which, as a non-Aboriginal Australian, places very real limitations on …

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