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Welcome to Friends of Wireless Hill

Wireless Hill Park offers a unique opportunity to enjoy native bushland and animals, together with walks that offer stunning views of our Swan River and city centre.

The Friends of Wireless Hill Park is a community group, made up of volunteers, that is dedicated to conserving and protecting the bushland of Wireless Hill Park. The Friends group was established in 1987. 

Wireless Hill Park has picnic areas, ample parking and extensive walking trails throughout the bushland, making it a popular destination for families and community groups for walking, bird watching and photography.
 

What's on in 2014?

BUSHCARE DAYS - the Friends of Wireless Hill meet on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of the every month from 8.30am - 10.30am to carry out hands-on bush care in the park.  Bush care usually involves removing weeds such as veldt grass and gladioli. If you'd like to join us just turn up with your gloves, hat and water.

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ANNUAL PLANTING DAY - We are holding our planting day on Sunday April 13th from 8.30am.  We will meet at the main car park at Wireless Hill (off Almondbury Road).  Please wear long pants and long sleeves and closed shoes.  Bring a hat and wet weather gear (if we are really lucky it might rain!), some water to drink and a cup for morning tea. Please let us know if you will be attending (Margaret on 0402105649 or s3mmatthews@hotmail.com) so we can organise morning tea. 

WILDFLOWER WALK - the annual Wildflower Walk at Wireless Hill Park will be held in September. The Wildflower Walk provides you with an opportunity to see native orchids and other wildflowers in stunning bloom.  You can also have your questions answered by wildflower experts as the Walk will be guided by volunteers from the Wildflower Society of WA and The Friends of Wireless Hill.  

The guided walk  starts at 9am  and takes approximately 1 - 1.5hrs.  The Wildflower Walk is 1km long and is wheel chair accessible. There is no need to book.

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