Bibra Lake Tree TrailWA Tree Festival 2024

About the event

Immerse yourself in the natural splendour of the WA Tree Festival by discovering our enchanting Bibra Lake Tree Hunt Trail. Nestled within the lush bushland on the east side of Bibra Lake, this trail showcases a stunning variety of native trees, highlighting the beautiful diversity flora of the southwest of our state.

Embark on a leisurely journey by foot around the limestone path of the trail, which now includes a captivating scavenger hunt for trees! Engage with nature and learn the Nyungar names of our local trees as you traverse this scenic path. Participate in the Bibra Lake Tree Hunt below to deepen your connection with nature and discover the hidden wonders of the trail.

This unique trail is open for exploration from 6 April to 5 May.

Remember to come prepared for your adventure – pack a water bottle, sunscreen, and a hat to ensure a pleasant and safe exploration.

Hosted by The Wetlands Centre in partnership with the City of Cockburn, with assistance from students of Murdoch University, this event promises an enjoyable and educational experience for all ages.


Bibra Lake Tree Trail Map

The Trail starts at the left on the South End of the Parking Area at The Wetlands Centre (184 Hope Rd Bibra Lake). Look for the Woodlands to Wetlands Trail Map installed at the corner. This Tree Trail follows much of the same route except for the further venturing into the Old Bird Hide and the Narma Kullack Boardwalks.


Bibra Lake Tree Hunt

Scan the QR Code above to participate in our Tree Trail Scavenger Hunt! See the details on how to participate below.

Bibra Lake Tree Trail

Trail, Snap & Win!

Step into an exciting scavenger hunt at Bibra Lake. Follow these steps:

  1. Start at the Bibra Lake Tree Trail.
  2. Use the QR code above for a digital hunt (preferred) or download a printable copy below.
  3. Explore, discover, and snap photos of the native trees. (Photo upload is available for the online form only)
  4. For printed copies, drop off your filled sheets at the entrance letterbox.


  • The top three hunters featured on our weekly leaderboard.
  • All participants entered into a draw for special prizes.

Join the hunt and capture the beauty of Bibra Lake’s trees!

This resource was created in collaboration with students from Murdoch University for the WA Tree Festival 2024.

Event Location

The Wetlands Centre Cockburn
184 Hope Rd Bibra Lake WA 6163

What to bring

  • Water Bottle
  • Sun Screen
  • Hat
  • Walking Shoes

Suitable age groups

Suitable for all ages


  • Free parking
  • Public toilets
  • Water refill station

Accessible Features

  • Accessible toilets
  • Accessible parking - ACROD

Note: The trail is a limestone pathway - Please consider your ease of use if navigating by bicycle or wheelchair.

About the WA Tree Festival

Trees are essential in a warming climate – they cool us down, provide habitat for wildlife, and improve our health and wellbeing.

The WA Tree Festival brings local councils and community groups together across WA to help share the value of trees collectively. From highlighting the importance of trees to cooling our suburbs, to daily connections to nature, and the often-invisible benefits trees provide, to understanding issues around tree canopy loss, climate change, and how you can help – find an activity near you.

Festival runs 6 April – 5 May.