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Centennial Pioneer Park and Treetop Walk Gosnells

On The Lead Walk | Treetop Walk | Sealed Walk Trail | Gardens & Lake Walk | Kids Playground | Toilets | BBQs | Water Fountain (no dog bowl)

Enjoy an on the lead walk through the top of the tree tops, the bushland and round the gardens and lake at Centennial Pioneer Park and Treetop Walk Gosnells.




We recommend starting your walk at the Treetop Walk entry on Federation Parade. There is street parking here  or you can utilise shopping centre parking and wander over. If you want to combine a coffee or something to eat with your walk there are plenty of shops, cafes and restaurants located just across the road from the park. 



We recommend bringing a drinking vessel with you (these ones are a great idea for a water container on the go if you need one). There is a water fountain on the outer edge of the kids playground but we didn't see a fountain with a dog bowl during our walk. As you walk to the end of the treetop walk you will find yourself at the playground. There is a path that goes around the outside of the playground and on the other side under that treetop walk path there is a water fountain. Here you will also find an entry to the sealed path that takes you through the bushland to the gardens and lake. The path runs parallel to Federation Parade and if you head right onto the path you are heading in the right direction.

With waterway runs through the area so there is a lot of birdlife in this area hence why it's designated as an on the lead area, the walkway is sealed the whole way to the gardens and lake and it's a lovely shady walk through the bushlands.

The round walk from the Treetop Walk entry to the Civic Centre gardens and a lake is around 2km return and the trail is well is signposted.

There is so much to explore around the gardens with boardwalks around the lake, rows of roses, a memorial and more. Make sure you allocated some time on your walk to explore and sit an enjoy this area, it's truly beautiful. The whole walk path is pram and disabled accessible.



If you are looking for a nice walk that's not too long, not too short that's suitable for any ability and gets you and your dog out and about in nature for some activity,  you will love this walk! 

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Review by Dogs Around Perth Reporter Lauren, 25th February 2019


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