Eric Singleton Bird Sanctuary is an urban wetland located in Bayswater, approximately 8kms from the city and easy to get to. The sanctuary is home to many different birds including ducks, pelicans, white herons, swallows, robins, honeyeaters, and hawks. During springtime, ducklings are always a treat to see. Hiking trails and bird hides provide a unique space in an urban environment to spend some quality time with wildlife. If coming by public transport, catch the train from Perth CBD to Bayswater train station. From Bayswater train station, head towards the parking area on the Whatley Crescent side. Walk along King William Street for around 1km, the main street of Bayswater till you reach Guildford Road. Cross Guildford Road and keep walking for approximately another 0.5km and you will reach the car park for the Eric Singleton Bird Sanctuary.
Full play space listing available on the Nature Play WA app’s “PLAY IN WA” section. Visit the Apple iTunes store(Apple devices) or Google Play Store (Android devices) and search for Nature Play WA to download the free app!