Swan and Canning Rivers

Improving Visitor Experiences, WA

  • YEAR: 2016
  • STATE: Western Australia
  • FOCUS AREAS: Environmental Education/SDG 15: Life on Land

Thanks to your support, visitors will gain a better understanding of the natural and cultural values of the Swan and Canning rivers. An interpretation facility will be built in the Swan Canning Riverpark, with signage, art and multimedia to tell the stories of the area and particularly of its Aboriginal heritage. Before, the significant heritage of this area were not communicated to visitors. Now, its stories will be shared and increase the richness of visitor experiences.

FNPW support

This project was funded through generous donations from FNPW supporters across Australia and beyond.

Project overview

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY

FNPW supports projects across Australia. In the spirit of reconciliation the we acknowledge the Traditional Owners of Country and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture.

PROGRESS OF THIS PROJECT

The project was completed in XXXX / is ongoing / due for completion in XXXX.

This project was funded by FNPW in XXXX.

PROJECT PARTNERS

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