peak hour traffic on the freeway
The entry onto the Lottery west Federation Walkway. This walkway consists of about 620 metres in length with a 52 metre glass and steel bridge suspended amongst the canopy of tall eucalyptus trees.
It was opened in August 2003 and is a popular attraction.
Footbridge from the old Swan Brewery building which has been turned into upmarket apartments. The footbridge goes over the top of Mounts Bay Road to Jacob's Ladder. Not for the faint hearted! Jacob's Ladder is a steep 43 metre descent down 300 steps. One day when I am fit...
Fraser Avenue lined with lemon scented gums.
We are so lucky here in Perth to have Kings Park, it truly is a beautiful part of our city. The park has a total area of approximately 400.6 hectares, which is adjacent to our beautiful Swan River and only 1.5km from our central business district. Which makes it a popular place for all those city office workers during their lunch breaks.
About two thirds of the park is natural bushland which contains about 319 species of native plants and around eighty different species of birds. The rest of the park is cultivated gardens and grassy recreational areas, plus a couple of fantastic children's natural playgrounds. Kings Park is well worth a visit!
I will be back tomorrow with some photos taken on Friday.