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Chapman River Wildlife Walk

  • Chapman River Wildlife Corridor Spalding Park, Spalding WA 6530, Australia (map)

Put your explorer shoes on and join ecologists, conservationists and passionate 'Friends' for a guided walk along the Chapman River Wildlife Corridor


We will discover the hidden treasures of the Chapman River Wildlife Corridor - home to more than 300 plant, 123 bird, 22 reptile and frog species. Dr Jessica Stingemore and Jenna Brooker will be your guides, tuning you in to the natural wonders: glorious wildflowers, chirping birds, lazy reptiles and cryptic mammals right at your door step. Participants will have to opportunity to learn more about the park’s incredible plants, how to identify animal tracks, spot brilliant birds and enjoy spectacular views. You may even see some kangaroos and echidnas in this native bushland situated close to the heart of Geraldton.

This fun, educational and inspirational adventure will be suitable for the whole family.

Please wear sturdy shoes, clothes appropriate for the weather (layers are good) and a water bottle. 

After the walk we will be putting on a bushtucker afternoon tea and be joined by native animals from Greenough Wildlife & Bird Park.

We request a gold coin donation on the day as a contribution.

Who to contact for enquiries: Andrew Outhwaite (0466 694 702)

Earlier Event: August 14
Chapman River Wildlife Walk
Later Event: August 15
Science Laboratory Open Day