When you have small children, getting out doors in nature and going for a walk can do you the world of good. The fresh air, listening to the birds and a dose of D is good for the soul.
Kings Park Nature Trail - This is an easy walk and it takes about 25 minutes to walk the loop. There are plenty of native plants and birds that live in the area.
Herdsman Lake - There is a path that goes around the lake and is 7.7kms long. It is a popular spot for bird watchers with bird hides, there are plenty of wetland and the Herdsman Lake Settlers Cottage is of interest.
Star Swamp - The area is set on 96 hectares and there are lots of tracks that take you through the bushland. The swamp has lots of paper bark trees and older children will love playing by the swamp.
Craigie Bushland - Set on 50 hectares of bush with many walking trails, so you can easily explore the area. The bush is home to banksia, grass trees, eucalypts, hakeas and grevilleas. There are many wildflowers in bloom during spring and these include donkey orchids and fringe lilies Yellagonga Regional Park - There are two different loops you can take at the park. Goollelal Loop is 4.3 kilometers which takes you past a farm, winery and you might even spot a kangaroo or turtle.