Bibra Lake Loop, Beeliar Regional Park

Overview

Long regarded as one of Perth’s southern suburbs favourite destinations, Bibra Lake is a great spot for a picnic and features an awesome adventure playground.  This 6 kilometre loop is an easy to follow dual use path .

The reserve is an important wetland and supports several migratory bird species and endangered fauna.

Photo Credit: Walking Western Australia


About the Trail

Whilst there are multiple access points to the 6km Bibra Lake Loop, most people park at one of the carparks along Progress Drive, Bibra Lake (just a short distance from Adventure World). 

This area has long been used for recreation purposes and you will find access to bird hides and shady places to sit, as you make your way around the lake.  After your journey, enjoy a picnic lunch on the recently renovated playground area or grab a bite to eat at the food van.  Bring a picnic rug (no alcohol or glass please).

The food truck serving ice creams, tea, coffee and snacks is parked outside the southern entry to the playground near the toilet facility.

The playground includes a lot of challenging and exciting rides and features.  Much of the playground has been inspired by local wildlife.   Aboriginal language, stories and culture is also introduced to children in a number of the playgrounds features.  It is open between 8.30am and 9.00pm daily.


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