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spring into parks for a healthy you

Chevron Parkland
Our commitment to protecting the environment is essential to who we are and how we do business at Chevron.

We work closely with government, communities, regulators and other industry members to conserve the rich biodiversity of the areas we operate in. That’s why we partner with WA Parks Foundation to help promote, protect and enrich Western Australian parks.

Throughout September, the Chevron-supported Spring into Parks initiative encouraged people of all ages to discover WA’s spectacular natural areas through a calendar of unique events.

Spending time in nature to exercise, reflect or simply enjoy the surroundings brings many health and mental wellbeing benefits – it’s good for us and good for parks. With guided bushwalking, stargazing, yoga in the park, wildlife experiences and live music, explore WA parks your way.

“Spring into Parks is an excellent opportunity for the community to celebrate WA’s unique biodiversity and enjoy the many health and wellbeing benefits of connecting with the environment.”

Julia Martin

Chevron Australia General Manager Operational Excellence and Health, Environment & Safety

WA Parks Foundation Chair Hon Kerry Sanderson AC said Spring into Parks is a new initiative to celebrate Western Australia’s 101 national and 17 marine parks.

“Spring into Parks encourages people to connect with parks and get outside in our glorious spring weather,” she said.

“Families, wellness devotees, keen conservationists, wildflower enthusiasts and nature lovers – there is a Spring into Parks activity for everyone.”

Learn more about how Chevron partners with the community >