Enjoy a walk on the wild side

Jim Karakatsanakis and his son, Jordan (4 yrs) taking advantage of the new Interactive Bush Walk at Alkimos
Jim Karakatsanakis and his son, Jordan (4 yrs) taking advantage of the new Interactive Bush Walk at Alkimos

Featuring information signs with in-built technology, the completed path will extend from the corner of Myrlea Trail and Kells Road to the corner of Benenden Avenue and Romeo Road in the Trinity estate.

LWP Property Group project manager Jim Karakatasanakis said the walk would link newer stages of the development with existing areas.

‘The bushland is home to beautiful banksia woodlands and mature tuart trees, as well as the protected Carnaby’s cockatoo, which we have committed to protecting by retaining this particular piece of natural bushland,’ he said.

The developer has recruited a teacher to help develop worksheets and activities for schools to hold outdoor classes or excursions.