Home to our endangered state’s fauna emblem the Numbat

The locality of Dryandra certainly is the jewel in the crown of Marradong Country as it is home to our endangered state’s fauna emblem the Numbat and an unsurpassed array of other native wildlife.  Dryandra reserve is a proposed National Park and has two campgounds, Gnaala Mia and Congelin, within the Marradong Region complete with camp kitchens and toilets.

Tours are available at the nearby, internationally renowned Barna Mia Nocturnal Animal Sanctuary in  the evening (twice weekly in winter and three times weekly in summer).  Enjoy wildflowers (in spring) and views of wild kangaroos and echidnas munching on the oval in the evening from the front porch of the self-contained cottages or dormitories at the Lions Dryandra Woodlands Village.

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The Shires of Williams, Boddington, Cuballing and Wandering acknowledge 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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