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Dryandra Country - Cities, Towns and Localities

Dryandra Country lies south east of Perth and is an easy drive from the city. With many attractions from nature based, wineries and historic buildings, just to name a few, the region also includes , Dryandra Woodland, Wickepin, Pingelly, Cuballing and Wandering.

Dryandra Woodland Reserve is a popular wildlife destination within the region, being home to over 100 species of birds and 24 species of mammals. Located in the heart of Dryandra Woodland is Barna Mia animal sanctuary, providing the opportunity to view a number of endangered marsupials up at close range.

Check out our listing of Dryandra Country accommodation. In addition to our listed online travel guide information, contact the local tourism visitor centre for your destination for more attractions, tours, local maps and other information.

Information Centre Dryandra Country Visitors Centre
Cnr of Park and Fairway Streets
NARROGIN WA 6312
Ph: 08 9881 2064
Fax: 08 9881 2094
Email
Web: www.dryandratourism.org.au

Dryandra Attractions

Dryandra Woodland Reserve
• offering one of the best places in the South West to view native wildlife, Dryandra Woodland is less than two hours from Perth.

Wildlife include numbats, woylies, tammar wallabies, brushtail possums, tawny frogmouths, and kangaroos. There are also over 100 species of birds documented in the area, including the mound-building malleefowl.

As well as wildlife, there are woodlands and wildflowers. There are a series of walk and cycle trails for visitors, that cater for all fitness levels, from one kilometre to 27 kilometres.

Source: NatureBase - Dryandra Woodland


Barna Mia
• Department of Conservation and Land Management, Narrogin
• Ph: 08 9881 9200 • Ph: 08 9884 5231 (on weekends) • Fax: 08 9881 1645 • Email
• Barna Mia is an animal sanctuary nestled within Dryandra Woodland. The sanctuary was constructed to provide visitors the opportunity to view a number of endangered marsupials, up close, once the sun has set. A tour guide takes visitors on a journey through the sanctuary where you can view threatened native animals such as the Dalgyte (Bilby), Marl (Western Barred Bandicoot), Wurrup (Rufous Hare-wallaby), Mernine (Banded Hare-wallaby) and Boodie (Burrowing Bettong).

Tours begin after sunset and vary seasonally.

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