Western Australian Naturalists Club

Encouraging the study and protection of the natural environment

Tarin Rock Nature Reserve and Lake Grace

Tarin Rock Nature Reserve Cnr Dumbleyung-Lake Grace Rd. and Oliver Rd., Tarin Rock

Tarin Rock is a large tract of mixed woodland and kwongan heath with over 500 different flowering plants, many birds, invertebrates and reptiles. September and October are the best times to visit this reserve. A Bioblitz was carried out in 2016 and can be downloaded from  FINAL REPORT Tarin and ...

Notley Late Easter Excursion – Tone Perup Nature Reserve

Tone Perup-Nature Reserve Tonebridge

For this year’s late Easter excursion, we will be going to Perup: Nature’s Guesthouse in Tonebridge, located 49 km from Boyup Brook or 315 km south of Perth. Perup is contained within 285,000 hectares of state forest, mostly Jarrah/Marri but also with areas of Powderbark Wandoo and Melaleuca. It is one of ...

Yunderup Nature Observatory

Yunderup Field Station South Yunderup

An excursion to the Club's Nature Observatory on Cooleenup Island, on the eastern edge of the Murray River delta of the Peel Inlet. Since 1970, our Club has had a cottage, or field studies centre, on Cooleenup Island in the Peel Harvey Estuary, at Yunderup, south of Perth. Club members ...

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