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Facilities

  • Wetlands & Water Reserves

Amenities

  • Bike/Pram Paths
  • Car Parking

Bull Creek Wetland

The Bull Creek Wetland consists of a chain of several dampland and wetland reserves linked by the Bull Creek drain running from Brockman Avenue in Leeming to the inlet in Bull Creek at Leach Highway. Prior to European settlement, the Wadjuk Beeliar people used the Bull Creek Wetlands as a summer source of food and fresh water. The area offers plenty of scope for discovery in one of the few wildlife corridors in the metropolitan with relatively widespread native wildflowers and birdlife as well as several types of frogs, snakes and lizards.

Where

Brockman Avenue

(parking on the verge of Brockman Ave & Stringfellow Drive)

Bull Creek, 6149

WA, Australia

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