Projects

Whether you're interested in river history, dolphins, birds, insects, water quality, oxygenation and other scientific issues, or simply just want to know more about our beautiful Swan Canning Riverpark and how to help protect it, we have a variety of different projects that may be of interest to you.

Dolphin Watch

The Dolphin Watch project launched in April 2009 focuses on dolphins which are one of the Swan Canning Riverpark’s most iconic species - the Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphin. Find out more ...

Prawn Watch

Prawn Watch is a project that engages the community in monitoring prawns in the Swan Canning Riverpark. The citizen science project is part of a larger program focused on restocking the Western School Prawn population in the rivers. Find out more ...

Fishing Line Disposal units

The Fishing Line Bins project was developed to reduce fishing line entanglements in dolphins, pelicans and other wildlife in the Swan Canning Riverpark. Find out more...

Phosphorus Awareness

The Phosphorus Awareness Project (PAP) is a campaign that educates the community about the impact of too many nutrients in the Swan and Canning River systems and wetlands. Find out more ...

RiverWise Gardening

Our RiverWise Gardening workshops are delivered by award winning media personality Josh Byrne and are designed to teach us sustainable gardening practices to reduce urban fertiliser use in the Swan Canning Catchment. Find out more ...