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When exercising I like various scenery.
I’ll drive to Lake Monger to run around or walk.
There is plenty of parking space. The walking paths are good for everyone from mum and pram and dog, to jogger and bike peddler.... maybe not for the cyclist....More
This area never fails to impress as it nearly always has different scenery through its wildlife population.
Being a large lake it's a great place to walk, jog or stroll around whilst taking in the sights and sounds.
It's a shame there isn't a decent...More
This is a pleasant area of parkland close to the centre of Perth. There are good walks around the lake, with notices explaining some of the natural history. Several species of duck, black swans, coot, grebes, cockatoos. If you were on a quick visit to...More
A wonderful rehabilitation of this Lake over the years, clear water, abundant birdlife in a wonderful natural setting. A great place to roll out a picnic blanket otherwise take a casual or brisk walk around the perimeter of the lake in a wonderful fresh environment.
Lake Monger is a fairly big lake, with prosperous suburbs like Leederville, Floreat and Wembley in the vicinity. The lake shore is partially wild and partially grassed. Lake Monger has an imposing stand of well-grown Norfolk Island Pines along the shore. Probably the lake's best...More
Despite the noise of the freeway alongside the lake it is very well cared for and maintained and makes for a very pleasant walk. We had to walk through a thick haze of midgies at the Lake Monger Drive end of the lake, but as...More