Signs encourage a closer look
SIGNS recently installed along walk trails in Mindarie and Quinns Rocks enable people to learn more about local bushland.
The Quinns Rocks Environmental Group worked with the City of Wanneroo to plan the walk trails and develop content for the signs.
The trails use paths in Gumblossom Park, Kinsale Park and the north and south Mindarie foreshore reserves.
“We have wonderful bushland in the local area,” QREG spokeswoman Renata Zelinova said.
“Through the signs, we are encouraging people walking through the bushland to take a closer Walkers enjoy the trail in Gumblossom Park.
look. The signs highlight flora and fauna in the bushland and ways we can look after it.
“Through QR codes, people can link to webpages to learn more.”
The 500m trail in Gumblossom Park has six signs and promotes the Climate Watch project.
The trail through Kinsale
Park and along the north Mindarie foreshore is about 1.8km long, with seven signs, including reference to the Osprey Watch project which invites observation of the native bird along the coast.
The trail along the south Mindarie foreshore reserve is about 2.5km long with 10 signs.