Look forward to every morning

Surrounded by nature, Ariella is the perfect base for a lifestyle full of outdoor adventure.
Whether you like to run, cycle, hike or just enjoy a leisurely stroll, this location is sure to inspire and delight.

You’ll be spoilt for choice for places around the area to roll out the picnic rug and relax with some of
Perth’s premier parks, reserves and bushland in close proximity to Ariella Private Estate.
If we’re to pick just one, we’d have to go with Whiteman Park for its all-round appeal with cycle paths, history galore,
roaming wildlife, cafés, playgrounds and other facilities.
But if you’re keen to enjoy open spaces and fresh air closer to home, you will soon be able to with the future Conservation Park at Ariella.

Look forward to the Conservation Park at Ariella

Opening in late 2019, the Conservation Wetland Park will be located in the southern part of Ariella Private Estate opposite Stages 6 and 7A.

A pedestrian walking path will take you on a discovery trail with areas of play and education waiting to be stumbled across. Interpretative signs along the path’s route will provide you with information on the existing wetland that the park is centred around, and the rehabilitation of the wetland with endemic plant species.

Play will be centred around discovery and nature, providing children with endless opportunities for imaginative play with slides, stepping logs, balance beams, and a cubby house. There will also be shade structures providing shelter for the picnic area, so you can enjoy a picnic here
all year-around.

A weaving footpath will take you through the wetland, amongst the retained Melaleuca trees, through to Woolcott Avenue, providing an opportunity to keep a look out for the native flora that call this wetland their home.

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