There are many things to do in Bold Park - whether you are planning a bush walk, taking in the magnificent views from Reabold Hill, or enjoying bird watching and wildflower photography... Why not browse through our recommendations below?

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Enjoy views from Reabold Hill

Enjoy spectacular views of the city, ocean and surrounds from Reabold Hill. Immerse yourself in the native bushland as you take a walk along the unique elevated boardwalk to reach the summit.

Explore the Camel Lake Heritage Trail

Experience a self-guided stroll along the Camel Lake Heritage Trail. Take a journey back in time as you follow the interpretive signage to the days of dinosaurs and explorers and learn about the history, flora, fauna and fungi of the area.

Join a free guided walk

Enjoy a free guided walk with our friendly Volunteer Guides. The walks program offers the chance to enjoy the park through the seasons. The guides showcase the diverse array of native plants and animals and bring to life the park’s history and conservation projects.

Walk the Bush to Beach Regional Trail

The Bush to Beach Regional Trail links unique pockets of bushland from Rosalie Park in Subiaco to Grant Street Marine Reserve in Cottesloe and includes a section through Bold Park. The trail is 16 km and offers a chance to experience nature in the suburbs, get active and enjoy stunning views.

Discover bird life

Bold Park is an important haven for over 90 species of migrant and resident birds. Take a trail walk through the different habitat types like woodlands and heath lands and enjoy a spot of bird watching. From Rainbow bee-eaters to Boobook owls, there are plenty of birds to discover.

Volunteer

Getting involved in restoring bushland is a great way to make a difference. The Friends of Bold Park Bushland Bushcare group support BGPA staff in caring for the park by collecting seed, planting and other activities. To get involved contact the Friends of Bold Park Bushland.

Photograph wildflowers

Get snap happy and photograph the wildflowers. With over 300 species you are bound to find a flower that takes your fancy. From bold banksias to the delicate lace-flower, the bushland offers delightful treasures for the keen photographer. Refer to Film and Photography for more information.

Experience nature

Bold Park is home to an abundance of wildlife. From lounging lizards to the bountiful birdlife, whether they are in a tree or on a track there is plenty to see. Try different times of day to see different animals and see how many you can spot.

COVID-19

The wellbeing of our visitors, volunteers and staff is our number one priority during the current COVID-19 situation. We are closely monitoring and responding to Government health advice and putting extra measures in place to protect our staff, volunteers and visitors.

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