Paperbark Haiku Autumn Ginko

Wednesday 28 April 2021
10 am to 12 noon (approx)
Adachi Park
132 Great Eastern Highway, Ascot
Western Australia

Currently it’s Djeran Season in Noongar seasons. Djeran is a season of adulthood. April-May. Ant season

We will meet next to the car park. Please bring with you a notebook and pen, some water and something to eat and drink if you wish. It may be a good idea to have a folding chair with you, in case the picnic tables and chairs are taken. We will have a short meeting, then head off on our ginko (haiku walk) before we meet up again to share our haiku and observations.

Adachi Park has Japanese themed gardens and a tea house, children’s playground, dolls house made from Bristile Bricks (former factory on the adjoining land). It is a good location for picnics and a picturesque place to enjoy a walk. Adachi Park is named after Belmont’s Sister City, Adachi in Japan. There is also a Belmont Park in Adachi. There are: BBQ facilities, Picnic tables, Public toilets. Adachi Park is at 132 Great Eastern Highway, Rivervale/Ascot – on the right as you drive into the city from the East. There is a little street where you turn in to. One or two undercover seating – its on a little slope. From the city end it is just past the old Sandringham Hotel.


Please contact us by email or private message Maureen Sexton on Facebook/Messenger if you want to know more. The City of Belmont has built a 35 year relationship with its Sister City, Adachi-ku in Tokyo, Japan. The mainstay of this relationship is the annual Student Exchange Program.

Maureen Sexton

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