Join us on our heritage walk
Mudurup Rocks is a special place on the Cottesloe coast. Its rocks tell of changing sea levels over thousands of years – as recently as 7000 years ago you could walk to Rottnest. For the Indigenous people it was a special fishing place – “the place of the yellow-finned whiting”.
It is a regeneration site where Cottesloe Coastcare is reintroducing the original plants into the landscape. Nearby Cottesloe Beach has been a favourite spot for the people of Perth for more than 100 years and has seen many changes. Come and hear about its natural, indigenous and historic heritage on this walking tour and finish with morning tea.
Join us on Saturday April 20th 10.30 – 12.00. All ages welcome – please register with Sue 9384 6331 or Frauke 9384 3550 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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