Take A Walk On The Boardwalk & See Who You Can Spot!

Our beautiful boardwalk is now complete and open to the public!

This naturally occurring basin fills and empties in line with seasonal rainfall; leaving it full and flowing after winter's rains, and a dry bowl in the summer. 

Adjacent to the Little Para River and as part of the wider Salisbury area, there are plenty of different species of wildlife you might be lucky enough to see or encounter from your new tranquil boardwalk platform. While some are much more likely occurrences than others, try your luck and see how many you can spot on your travels on and around the Boardwalk!


  • The Australian Shoveler
  • The Nankeen Kestrel
  • The Wood Sandpiper
  • The Black-tailed Godwit
  • Galahs & Cockatoos
  • Kookaburras
  • Sparrows & Magpies
  • Various species of Parrot
  • Ducks, Cormorants & Herron
  • Any of the 173 species that have been spotted within City of Salisbury Wetlands!
  • FISH

  • Climbing Galaxias 
  • Common Jollytail or Common Galaxia 
  • Congolli 
  • Flathead Gudgeon 
  • Swan River Goby or Blue Spot Goby 
  • Eastern Gambusia or Plague Minnow 
  • European Carp

  • Common Brushtail Possum 
  • Common Ringtail Possum 
  • Gould's Wattled Bat 
  • Lesser Long-eared Bat 
  • Native Water Rat 
  • Southern Freetail-bat 
  • White-striped Freetail-bat 

  • Adelaide Snake-eye Lizard
  • Common Long-necked Tortoise 
  • Eastern Bearded Dragon 
  • Eastern Bluetongue Lizard 
  • Eastern Brown Snake 
  • Marbled Gecko 
  • Sleepy or Shingleback Lizard

  • Brown Tree Frog
  • Common or Brown Froglet 
  • Eastern Banjo or Bull Frog 
  • Spotted Grass or Marbled Frog

Wildlife within the City of Salisbury is diverse and contributes to the productive, natural ecosystems that we all benefit from. For more information on wildlife around the area, click here. Now go forth and encounter!