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The Dryandra Woodlands

A 27,000 hectare conversation area and one of two remaining habitats for the Numbat

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The Dryanda Woodlands is one of the most significant conservation areas in WA. Home to an array of endangered native flora and fauna, including the Numbat, Bilby, Tawny Frogmouth Owls and the Woylie, the woodlands encompass 27,000 hectares of pristine bush, walking trails, campsites, chalets and activities including the Barna Mia Nocturnal Tour.

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EXPLORE:   

  • Ochre Trail | 2.7km | Discover the Aboriginal heritage of Dryandra  
  • Kawana Trail | 3.3km | A family-friendly hike into Echidna territory
  • Wandoo Trail | 2.7km | Best for birdwatching & Numbat spotting.

 

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The Hotham Williams Economic Development Alliance acknowledges the traditional custodians of the Marradong Country region. We wish to respect their continuing culture and recognise the strength, resilience and capacity of Noongar people in this area

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