For over 20 years now, our community group has welcomed many members who help conserve and protect the heritage of the Kenwick Wetlands for future generations to enjoy. Learn More!

Our Activities

Our efforts has ensured the protection of local flora and fauna. Its now part of the largest area of bushland remaining on the Pinjarra Plain in the Perth region. Learn more about how we preserve this natural heritage.

More Friends Activities
  • Bush Forever

    This continuation area of 126 hectares includes the Brixton Street Wetlands and extends north-east as far as Welshpool Road and Tonkin Hwy. This area is protected as a Bush Forever Site.

  • Regeneration

    Our aim is to protect the bushland, and contribute to the regeneration of the native flora in the wetlands. The area provides food, shelter and habitats for the native fauna and regeneration of our native flora.

  • Conservation

    Our ongoing conservation efforts have helped the wetlands retain a thriving and functional ecosystem that is home to a diverse assortment of birds, frogs and other fauna that have been attracted to the area.

Gallery

Flip through our snaps of the friends at regular meetings and our most recent bushcare activities.

More photos

News, meetings & Information

Find out about our upcoming events and read what we accomplished at our most recent activity days. Take some extra time to find out more about the fauna and flora of the Wetlands

  • Book Launch Feb 8th 2017 (Wed): City West Lotteries House, West Perth @ 6:00 pm

    Friends of Brixton Street Wetlands invites all of our members to the book launch: 30 Years of Urban Environmental Volunteering in Western Australia Friends of Brixton Street Wetlands, Kenwick Glimpses and Insights on Wednesday 8th February 2017 at Conference Room 7, City West Lotteries House, West Perth 6:00pm for light refreshments with a 6:30pm start Chris […]

  • Glimpses of January 2017 Work Morning

      Jan 2017 Newsletter

  • December 2016 Diary

    Most of the morning was spent on collecting rubbish and some wildlife photography. The long-awaited Brixton Book is finally done and hot off the press copies were shared with our volunteers during the morning tea! The official book launch has been set for February 8th 2017. In attendance were: Bob, David, Helena, Kade, Karen, Katrina, Noel, Regina, Ronnie, […]