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Dryandra Woodland

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22 Km NW of Narrogin, Western Australia 6312, Australia
+61 8 9881 9222
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Good trails and an interesting interpretive drive. Many birds

Although fragmented and surrounded (in places) by farmland this forest reserve is worth a visit... read more

Reviewed 10 October 2016
Sarracenia
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Norman, Oklahoma
A wonderful winter getaway.

I and family friends have made the Lions Dryandra Village a compulsory winter getaway for a weeks... read more

Reviewed 15 September 2015
POstcardswa
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Perth, Australia
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22 Km NW of Narrogin, Western Australia 6312, Australia
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Reviewed 10 October 2016

Although fragmented and surrounded (in places) by farmland this forest reserve is worth a visit. The roads are dirt, but in good condition. There is a 23 km interpretive drive with stations that have interesting information about the fauna and flora of the area. At...More

1  Thank Sarracenia
Reviewed 15 September 2015

I and family friends have made the Lions Dryandra Village a compulsory winter getaway for a weeks holiday for almost twenty years. It is rustic - after all the timber cottages were the homes of forestry workers in the mid 20th century - but they...More

Thank POstcardswa
Reviewed 30 June 2015

This is one of the highlights of a trip to the mid south west of Western Australia, 27kms from Narrogin and an easy two to two and a half hour trip from Perth. I was visiting with a view to taking some photographs of birds....More

Thank Alex S
Reviewed 13 December 2014

We went to Dryandra Woodland for a few hours and completed the "Sounds of Dryandra Woodland Audio Drive Tour", which comprises of a marked, self-drive route around the woodland. On the drive, there are six spots where you stop your car, tune into 100FM, and...More

1  Thank DD A
Reviewed 23 July 2014

I stayed in the Magpie Cottage in the Lion's eco village in the Dryandra Woodland near Narrogin WA in late August 2013 for 5 days. The long time caretakers Lisa and John were very helpful and understanding as I had made a booking error and...More

3  Thank ozziebird88
Reviewed 19 February 2014

Woodland walks available where I have spotted echidnas. This woodland is best known as the place to see wild numbats, but they have escaped me on two visits. Camping and basic accomodation available. Barna Mia is also a nice experience (reviewed seperately).

1  Thank Waddler
Reviewed 2 November 2013

The caretakers who look after this village were very friendly and welcoming and we enjoyed our stay here very much. We hired the Mallee Hen cottage for 3 nights. This has a double room and a bunk bed. There is a good sized kitchen which...More

1  Thank RedTeds
Reviewed 2 June 2013

Wonderful for a bird watcher and / or animal lover. Need to spend more than 1 day though as there is no guarantee they will be there at your timing. The Dryandra Village is a great base to explore from - basic accommodation with no...More

Thank RonWamberal
Reviewed 13 July 2012

I am lucky enough to travel the world to photograph wildlife and Dryandra is STILL one of my favourite places. Take your time, spend a minimum of three nights at Dryandra Village and explore. Have respect, walk quietly and be patient! I love it here...More

2  Thank SharonForest
Reviewed 29 November 2011

This is an easy trip from Perth and a good chance to see wildlife, especially birds. Firm dirt track around the woodland so OK for 2WD [loos in the middle] and good signage at the start with maps so that you don't get lost. With...More

3  Thank JMarpleInc
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IntrovertLikesTravel
Where can I find reliable and accurate driving directions and travelling duration (car) from Perth to Dryandra Nature Reserve/return - online? Or even find out in advance, if there may be roadworks planned along the route? I tried whereis, Google Maps, and travelmate map But none seem to recognise Dryandra Nature Reserve (or Perup Nature Reserve) nor have all the information. Do Parks or Nature Reserve passes need to be purchased to gain entry? Are maps of roads/trails in the reserves available anywhere? What about fuels costs (unleaded) along the way for a hire car (sedan or hatchback)? - I asssume the further away from Perth you go (more regional), the more fuel will cost. - Which hours are the service stations are open til during the week or weekend? - And are there any towns/stops on the way back to Perth to find something to eat?
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Response from IntrovertLikesTravel |
Hi. I forgot to ask, does a park or reserve pass need to be purchased from Parks WA to enter either of those two nature reserves? And does Tone-Perup have restricted or universal access? (For some unknown reason, online... More
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