And with lots of waterfowl there is also lots of waterfowl poo, especially on the paths. I really had to keep my wits about me and focus on each step so I didn't get my shoes covered in duck faeces.
The amount of bird life around Bibra Lake probably explains why I can see two jetties with birdwatching huts on the other side of the lake (you can make one out in the photo above). I will definitely have to visit the huts, but I am not sure how many birds I will see from them. To me it looks like all the birds are over this side of Bibra Lake.
Upon re-entry into the bushland on the south-western corner of Lake Bibra I notice "Adventure World" on the other side of Progress Drive. According to a Google search Adventure World is Perth's premier theme park, which makes sense as I think it is Perth's ONLY theme park (there are a few water parks but nothing else with rollercoasters and other rides). Personally, I have never been to Adventure World but I have heard that it is really good, especially with the new Abyss rollercoaster which is claimed by the Adventure World website to be "Australia's Best Roller Coaster". That is a big claim and I really should test it, but unfortunately the rollercoasters and pirate ship are quiet today as the park is in shutdown over the winter period. On the plus side, the winter closure of the park means I can enjoy my walk in peace and quiet, not with the rattling of rollercoasters and screams of children.
Lake views are few and far between on the walk along the south and east sides of Bibra Lake. The majority of the path lies between the vegetation of Bibra Lake on one side and grassed parklands on the other.