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.

What's happening: Last year volunteers participated in a planting day at the Brentwood Living Stream project and the site is looking amazing! We have another opportunity to get some more plants in at this site - apologies for the short notice.

How do I get there: The Leach Highway train station is a 5 minute walk from the site. There is also parking avaible on the verge of the vacant blocks opposite the meeting point on Moonlight Cove.

Please bring: Suitable clothing (wet weather gear, hat) and wear enclosed shoes and your own gloves (if you have them).
Don't forget a bottle of water!

Please note: There are no toilet facilities on site and parking is on the verge on Moonlight Cove.

Let us know if you can come by emailing us at community@dbca.wa.gov.au

An introduction to the regrarian platform for people interested in regenerating their land.
Presented by Terra Perma, the workshop will cover the basic principles of wholesystems farm design. Terra Perma also offer free online resources for participants to continue building knowledge after the introductory workshop.

6:30pm – 8:30pm
SJ Landcare Centre



Where: Function Room, City of Belmont Civic Centre, 215 Wright Street, Cloverdale.
When: Saturday, 19 August, 9.15am (registration), 9.30am – 12noon.

Presented by Mike and Rachel Green, the Chair and Deputy Chair of the Darling Range Branch of WA
Naturalists' Club, this workshop will leave you inspired by the birds in your garden. Find out how to
identify the birds in your garden and their calls, how to attract birds to your garden, how to use
birdbaths, bird perches and bird boxes, and more. See many excellent photographs of birds, videos of
birds so you can practise identifying them, and learn how to use Michael Morcombe's "Birds of
Australia" App to help identify birds and their calls wherever you go in Australia.
Morning tea will be provided. To register visit www.healthywildlife.com.au/events

Frontiers of Science
....get in touch with science and sustainability!!
Investigate the cutting edge technology and innovations in science with hands on activities, workshops, presentations and displays for the whole community!

Where: Canning River Eco Education Centre, Kent Street, Wilson
Time: 10am - 2pm


Solar toys, Scitech shows, Captain Cleanup, rocket science, native animal encounters, prominent Aboriginal presenters, bug science,
Mildew Mania, electic cars, face painting, badge making, free native plant give aways, Castledare Miniature Railway rides, sausage
sizzle and much more…
Something guaranteed for all ages - kids, teens and adults.

These are low waste events - please bring a bag to carry your goodies.

Learn everything you need to know about composting and worm farming from an expert. Rob Gulley is well known across Perth for his composting competency and worm farming prowess. You’ll see live demonstrations and be able to ask all of your questions to help you reduce your waste at home and produce beautiful compost that will return nutrients to your garden.

Kelmscott Primary School

9:30am – 12:30pm
Tamala Park
Education Centre

Planting seedlings along the Canning River. Meet at Community Centre on Glenbrook Road.

Date and time: Sunday 27th August, 9:00am - 12:00

Glenbrook Road, Thornlie.

Morning tea is provided.

Please bring your own gloves, water bottle and wear appropriate clothing for the weather (eg. long sleeve shirts, raincoats, hats, gumboots)