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Sustainability Resources

Alkimos Beach Interpretative Signage Trails

Have you visited the interpretive signage trails around Alkimos Beach yet? The exciting walkable and ridable trails were completed by Alkimos Beach project partners Lendlease and DevelopmentWA in 2018 to showcase the rich Noongar and recent history of Alkimos Beach, its surrounding area and people and provide residents and visitors with information on the many sustainability initiatives you can experience in this 6 Star Green Star Community.

Download the Alkimos Beach Interpret Signage Trail map here and a quiz and enjoy the experience!

Or feel free to pick up a hard copy from our Sales and Information Centre at the corner of Graceful Boulevard and Painted Parkway.


Alkimos Beach Audio Stories

Make sure you visit the large sign located in Graceful Park near the picnic shelter as it not only contains readable content but eight audio stories to listen to. These stories present some of the different cultural and environmental layers of Alkimos Beach.

If you are interested in knowing more about each topic, we have included additional information below. You can also listen to the stories in the comfort of your own home by clicking the links below. 

Narration: Kelton Pell and Irma Woods
Script and production: Robyn Johnston
Sound Engineer: Lee Buddle, Crank Studios
Welcome to Country: Joe ‘Possum’ Collard
Aboriginal stories and advice on Noongar words: Danny Ford and Marilyn Morgan, Kambarang Services
Bird sound effects: David Stewart, Naturesound
Bird expert: Ron Johnstone, WA Museum
Alkimos Shipwreck expert: Mark McCarthy, WA Museum
Mick Romeo 

The Aboriginal stories and Noongar words have been used in consultation with Whadjuk Noongar Traditional Owners