What's on

The River Guardians program delivers a great range of fun and educational events to the community each year. Keep up to date with what’s happening around the Swan Canning Riverpark here.

Calling all River Guardians vollies! We're seeking some help to help create a Living Stream next to Lockridge Primary School.

Planting will begin at 10am and finish by 3pm.   If you can’t stay that long, no problem, please come down for an hour or two of whatever time you can spare - it would really help us out. :)

The enthusiastic Lockridge Primary School kindy students will be rolling up their sleeves and joining the revegetation efforts from 1.30-3pm. 

Parking is available on Diana Crescent out the front of Lockridge Primary School.  The planting will begin from the footbridge on Sturtridge Road – look out for the River Guardians sign at the corner of Diana Crescent and Sturtridge Road.

Please bring your own lunch and snacks (we’ll also have light snacks), water bottle, hat, long trousers and shirts, sunnies or safety glasses, closed in shoes or welly boots (not necessary but if you have them, they might be handy).

We will have extra sunscreen and mozzie repellant, first aid kit and hand washing gear.

RSVP's not essential, but will help for catering purposes (light snacks) - please email Alison McGilvray

The site is next to Lockridge Primary School, Diana Crescent Lockridge.

Calling all River Guardians vollies! We're seeking some help to help create a Living Stream next to Lockridge Primary School.

Planting will begin at 10am and finish by 3pm.   If you can’t stay that long, no problem, please come down for an hour or two of whatever time you can spare - it would really help us out. :)

The enthusiastic Lockridge Primary School kindy students will be rolling up their sleeves and joining the revegetation efforts from 1.30-3pm. 

Parking is available on Diana Crescent out the front of Lockridge Primary School.  The planting will begin from the footbridge on Sturtridge Road – look out for the River Guardians sign at the corner of Diana Crescent and Sturtridge Road!

Please bring your own lunch and snacks (we’ll also have light snacks), water bottle, hat, long trousers and shirts, sunnies or safety glasses, closed in shoes or welly boots (not necessary but if you have them, they might be handy).

We will have extra sunscreen and mozzie repellant, first aid kit and hand washing gear.

RSVP's not essential, but will help for catering purposes (light snacks) - please email Alison McGilvray

The site is next to Lockridge Primary School, Diana Crescent Lockridge

The environment is full of beautiful birds and plants living in lovely landscapes, but unfortunately, some people use these areas as a place for dumping rubbish!

Join Eco Gecko Environment & Design for some conservation action and art with a twist. All this rubbish left behind can be recycled into a gorgeous art piece instead of becoming a hazard for wildlife. Take the conservation challenge and use your imagination to create a bird art piece from recycled materials and learn how you can help the environment.

Ages 7-12. Cost: $16 Discovery Club members, $18 Non-members. Bookings: https://parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au/group-events/nearer-nature-community-events 

The Friends of Lion Mill Creek are hosting a sedge planting morning to help restore the habitat for native fauna.

What to bring: Friends and family

What to wear: Suitable clothing for the weather on the day, water-proof shoes (preferably gum-boots), hat and suncreen.

Morning tea will be provided. Click here for more information including details on where to park.

Do you love dolphins? Do you love our rivers and the Peel-Harvey Estuary? Interested in science?

If you answered yes to one or more of these questions then you need to attend our free Dolphin Watch training event in Mandurah on Wednesday 27 March at 6pm.

This is a free event but registrations are essential - click here to register. For more information on the even click here.