Swan River Ramble

Steps

Download the map

Location and additional information


The Swan River is a perfect place to walk, cycle, jog, picnic and play, so why not join Eric and explore the Swan River?

Eric is hiding at 14 different locations around the Swan River and to help you make the most of these local treasures all you need to do is find Eric and use a QR reader (available for download from your app store) to unlock information about the stop! 

Steps





Step one
: Download or Print the Swan River Ramble Map
Swan River Ramble Map




Step two:
 Grab your smart phone and download a QR reader on your smartphone (available for free from your app store) or if you have a newer model iPhone, just use your camera.
download a QR reader



Step three:
 Follow Eric’s path signs so you don’t get lost.

Eric’s path signs







Step four:
 Find Eric’s secret QR code checkpoint signs and scan the QR code with your smart phone to reveal Eric's Quiz.

enter the competition


Location and additional information

 

Location: Town of Bassendean, City of Bayswater and City of Belmont (Swan River Precinct)

Activity type: Bicycle trails, walk trails

Checkpoint 1 is Garvey Park which is located on Fauntleroy Avenue, Ascot, WA, but you can start anywhere along the trail.

The Swan River Ramble is located just a hop, skip and jump east of Perth CBD and can be accessed via adjoining Principal and Recreational Shared Paths near Claisebrook Train Station and Windan Bridge. There are also some bus routes available, check the Transperth website for more information http://www.transperth.wa.gov.au

For those that choose to drive, car parking is available at many of the stops, but please observe local parking regulations.

Don’t have a smart phone? You can download and print the current quiz here.



          

The Swan River Ramble is brought to you by the EMRC, the Town of Bassendean, the City of Bayswater and the City of Belmont.