Noongar Kaartdijin Bidee (Noongar Knowledge Path) is an art walk along the banks of the Harvey River. The 900 metre return trail features ten different pieces of art that have been created by the local Noongar community.
Local Aboriginal Elder Lesley Ugle has worked with artists Ninette Comito, Troy Bennell and Tahlia Bennell and the local community to tell the story of Noongar land.
Starting at the Stirling Cottage Gardens the walk heads west, under the Harvey River Bridge for about 500m and is an accessible walkway. The first section of the trail is a concrete path and the remainder is compacted gravel.
The walk is also accessible from The Jungle Rest Area off South Western Highway, Harvey.
LENGTH .9 kms
TIME Less than 30 minutes
SURFACE Concrete path and compacted gravel.
DIFFICULTY Easy. Grade 1
FACILITIES Information Shelter, Tables, Toilets, Parking
South Western Highway, 1 James Stirling Pl, Harvey WA 6220, Australia