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12 James St Fremantle 6160 WA
ph:08 9335 2777
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The Darling Scarp is a beautiful natural phenomenon, providing often dramatic habitat for our native flora and fauna and an amazing location for recreational activities for residents of Perth and surrounds. Much of the scarp has been allocated as reserve – including the Wallaby Way Reserve in Morungup, which is a slice of isolated remnant bushland between properties near Toodyay. With pockets of melaleuca forest and natural springs, the area is an important site for local marsupials including woylies, kangaroos and bandicoots.
Enjoy a couple of nights away from Perth and come together with your community to explore and rehabilitate areas within this beautiful reserve and its surrounds.
Concession rate are available, please contact our office for more details. Conservation Volunteers provide tents, swags and all of the tools and equipment for the trip.
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