24 August 2020
There is a good reason you won't find the charming Ki-Monger Brook walking trail listed in the City of Swan’s Trails, Parks and Picnics Guide.
Until recently, the softly bubbling creek-line that winds its way through Kingsford at Bullsbrook wasn’t open to the public.
For years it ran through the heart of a privately-owned, fenced property used for grazing livestock, and the only visitors were the birds and other wildlife who called the towering trees and grassy banks home.
As the Bullsbrook land is reborn as a master-planned residential estate, the Ki-it Monger Brook is being returned to the community.
The birds and wildlife are still there in abundance, as is the flora, which makes this precious asset so picturesque.
But the addition of a graded track created from natural, earthy materials and running the brook's length means walkers of all ages can enjoy it.
So why not celebrate the start of spring and take a stroll through this exceptional spot.
The perfect place for bird-watching, picnics, exercising, or simply lying on a blanket and breathing in the sights and sounds.
You don’t have to be a Kingsford at Bullsbrook resident to enjoy Perth’s newest natural walking trail.
However, don't be surprised if experiencing Ki-it Monger Brook's delights starts you thinking about changing your address!