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Guided Hike following Stacey’s Loop

September 27 @ 9:00 am

A photo of a wide, sealed path winding through bushland in Serpentine National Park.

Join Nature Play WA and The Hike Collective for an interactive family-friendly hike along the Stacey’s Loop trail in Serpentine National Park.   

Stacey’s Loop is a 1.9 kilometre trail that loops and winds through jarrah forests and over bridges crossing the Gooralong Brook. This is a quiet and peaceful walk surrounded by wildflowers with opportunities to see and hear native fauna including blue wrens, king and green parrots, cockatoos, kangaroos, frogs and more.   

This is an interactive guided walk, and children will be provided with a nature bingo sheet and pencil.   

For more information about the trail, please visit the Trails WA website here.   

Bring the family along to:  

Family-friendly guided hike with the Hike Collective.   

Session 1: Departing at 9.00am
Session 2: Departing at 11.00am 
On Wednesday 27 September 2023   

Information, including the meeting point, will be sent to registered attendees prior to the event. 

Spaces are limited and registration is required. To register, please click here. 

Children must remain the responsibility of their parents and guardians and appropriately supervised at all times. 

For more information or to discuss your accessibility requirements, please contact Nicole at  

*This event is being held as part of our Every Kid in a Park project. Thanks to the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions. 


September 27
9:00 am


Nature Play WA
(08) 9389 4050
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Stacey’s Loop Walk Trail
Atkins Street
Jarrahdale, Western Australia 6125 Australia
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We Acknowledge
Nature Play WA acknowledges the Whadjuk people of the Noongar Nation, as the custodians of the land where our team lives and works. We also acknowledge the traditional custodians throughout Western Australia and recognise the continuing connection of Indigenous people to their land, waters, sky, culture and community. We pay our respect to all Indigenous people of this land; ancestors, elders and young ones.