Karda Bidi, Perth Western Suburbs

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Malcolm Kite


The Kardi Bidi is a trail between Rosalie Park in Shenton Park to Jetty Road in Claremont. For those walkers not using an app (which is me) the trail is generally adequately marked with the triangular ‘Lizard’ logoed directional markers, mostly being imbedded to the path while some are on bollards. Generally easy to find some can be missed especially when you are distracted by the scenery around Dalkeith and the river foreshore. For walkers the trail is mostly concrete or bitumen paths with some grass and sand walking, but there is a pleasant surprise where in number of locations you can splash along in the shallows of the Swan river. On the day I undertook the trail it was ankle deep in some places but had the potential to be deeper. If you want to avoid getting wet then there are alternative routes shown on the Google map. There was some playground modifications being undertaken at Beaton Park that required some improvising to negotiate and in the near future some park work will be conducted (some is already pegged out) in Point Resolution Reserve which may involve the walker undertaking some improvising. I walked this trail in mid June 2018 on a very pleasant Autumn day. The Kardi Bidi is part of the Whadjuk Group of trails. More info can be found at: www.whadjukwalkingtrails.org.au and https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=1pm9y4MCRQt7AYzfnPOlKYWVdkGU&ll=-32.00291158107181,115.7938515146542&z=18

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