Bushlinks is an urban walking route linking major bushland areas within the City of Stirling. Find out more about the trail.
What is Bushlinks?
Bushlinks is an urban walking route linking major bushland areas within the City of Stirling.
The northwestern zone encompasses the Star Swamp, Trigg Bushland, Lake Gwelup, Big Carine Swamp reserves, and the suburbs of Karrinyup, Carine, Trigg and North Beach.
Bushlinks provides easy access to urban bushland so that these areas can be better appreciated and valued for their natural attributes.
The walking trail can be completed in sections as a whole, depending on the walker’s preference.
How to use Bushlinks
The Bushlinks route takes you through many attractions and public facilities, such as:
• Sites of historical and architectural interest
• Places of natural interest
• Car parks
• Convenience shops for buying refreshments
• Public toilets
• Bus stops.
The City of Stirling Bushlinks colour map hows the different walking routes within the City.
The primary route or main circuit (shown in blue) is approximately 11.5 km long and generally links all major bushland areas within the northwestern zone of the City.
The side loops (shown in green and red) enable more detailed tours of individual bushland.
The City’s Bushlinks walking trail northwestern zone brochure provides a detailed guide to important milestones along the main circuit, starting from the Henderson Environmental Centre in Star Swamp Reserve.
Hard copies of the Bushlinks brochure and map can be obtained from the City of Stirling Administration Centre and the Stirling libraries.