Join Chapman River Friends (CRF) on a Wildlife Guided Walk to discover the park (364 ha) with a different view.
This native bushland in the heart of Geraldton is home to more than 300 plant, 123 bird, 22 reptile and frog species, plus kangaroos and echidnas.
Your safety is YOUR responsibility. Paths are rough. Wear appropriate bush clothes, closed sturdy shoes, sunhat, sunscreen, raincoat, BYO water bottle. This event is suitable for Children 6 years and above.
Chapman River Friends is a group of volunteers who help in the rehabilitation of Chapman River Regional Park in Geraldton, WA.
Be part of the transformation and join us: email via firstname.lastname@example.org
*Free morning tea provided, plus you will have the opportunity to see and touch some of the region’s local wildlife from Greenough Wildlife & Bird Park*
Learn more about the upcoming River Walk Trails>