Weeding is on

New weeders, starting 22 June 2024....

Walk with Friends

Next walk: 11am Sunday 30 June 2024...

Zamia

Zamias are cycads from the dinosaur age....

Birds of Jirdarup publication

Wettenhall Environment Trust and Hannah Beazley MLA are sponsoring our new publication. Expect to see it in October 2024....

Forest Red-tailed Black-Cockatoo

Red-tails with their raucous call and brilliant tail feathers are a favourite for visitors to Jirdarup....

Carnaby’s Black-Cockatoo

Carnaby’s with their melodious wee-la call are a favourite for visitors to Jirdarup....

Rainbow Bee-Eater

Balta hebardi – the Bush Cockroach

Meet Balta hebardi, not the five cockroach species plaguing our homes, but one of our very own Bush Cockroaches....

Tawny Frogmouth

Tawny Frogmouths roosting in the trees at the Harold Rossiter Reserve have become a favourite family for locals. They also feature in Noongar Dreamtime stories. Photo by Veronica McPhail....

Coastal Honeymyrtle

In summer, the Coastal Honeymyrtle, Melaleuca systena, flowers throughout Jirdarup. Photos by Elbia Sylwestrzak and Clare Caldeira....

Christmas Tree

The WA Christmas Tree (Nuytsia floribunda) – called the Mundjah or Moojar by Noongar people - is an important landmark in Jirdarup. Christmas Tree corner is well known by locals. Photo by Elbia Sylwestrzak....

Witches’ Broom

Witches’ Broom is a condition that is results in a deformity of the tree, that resembles a bird's nest or a broom, hence the name Witches’ Broom....