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Dryandra, WA

Two and a half hours’ drive southeast of Perth, Dryandra Woodland is an especially scenic area with magnificent wandoo forests and spectacular wildflowers in the spring. It is also the largest remaining forest in the area.


As such, it is an important wildlife refuge area and several mammal species including the grey kangaroo, woylie and possum may be observed at night. Visitors can also observe over 100 species of birds while undertaking one of the many walks.

As you drive in Dryandra, visitors can listen to fascinating commentary on the history and management of the reserve by turning your radio to 100FM. Enjoy a picnic within the area or go on a guided spotlight tour of a new animal viewing enclosure.

Visitors can stay overnight at Dryandra in one of the self-contained old forestry cottages or camp at a nearby campground. Alternatively, accommodation is available in one of the nearby towns or farm stays.

Where to stay?


  • Caravan and Camping
  • Rural/Country
  • Eco Tourism
  • Environmental
  • Nature based

Popular Activities

  • Bush Walking
  • Wildlife

About Dryandra

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