North Perth’s Woodville Reserve welcomes a new mini cycle path, more trees and native shrubs

Kids can now explore a new mini bike path, more trees and native shrubs at the top of the Woodville Reservation.

The City of Vincent has upgraded its pop-up play area in the North Perth Conservation Area with a mini bike path, more nature play elements, new park benches and a drinking fountain.

The reserve already has several community facilities, a sports field, an outdoor playground and a nature playground.

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The fence along the northern boundary to Namur Street and the pavilion were repaired and repainted.

A dividing fence has been removed to better connect the natural play area to the grassy area to the west.

The council approved the Woodville Reservation’s landscape plan in December, which aims to create a more inviting green space and outdoor play area by converting the northwest portion of the reservation into passive parkland.

Mayor Emma Cole said she is excited about the improvements on the reserve.

“It’s great to see this important parkland being made more welcoming to the community of North Perth,” she said.

“Sometimes simple changes can make all the difference in how welcoming and well-used our public spaces can be.

“When completed, the reserve will have more shady trees that enhance its green aesthetic, more comfortable park benches to sit on, and an improved pavilion for community events and parties.”

The city partnered with Planet Ark to host a National Tree Day planting drive in the Woodville Reserve last month, and students and teachers from North Perth Primary School were just a few of many who helped plant more than 800 native shrubs.

A master plan for the entire reserve will be finalized in the future.

“The affordable landscaping plan and upgrade work at the upper end of Woodville will provide our community with a much more connected and greener area as we consider a more comprehensive master plan in the future,” said Ms. Cole. North Perth’s Woodville Reserve welcomes a new mini cycle path, more trees and native shrubs

Nate Jones

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