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#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Byford
The koalas were amazing!!!! $30 per photo with your own camera is reasonable as other parks have a professional photographer only at selected times for more than triple the price, koalas don’t naturally live in WA...
... videos as you desire-on your own camera See red & grey kangaroo alongside their cousins the wallaby so you can easily see the differences: see kookaburra, fresh-water crocs, galahs, black swans, emu and more.
Armadale Reptile Centre Armadale 3.1 mi away
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Armadale
The centre has a diverse variety of Australian native reptiles, birds and animals.. Staff are very knowledgeable, super friendly and extremely helpful.. Highly recommend a visit..
... experienced..on a nice day pack a picnic as you can stay as long as you likekids will just love it..has a little shop for keepsakes etc..and real dingo dogs to see a wonderful casual day..bring the sunscreen
#2 of 2 Nature & Parks in Byford
Munda Biddi Trail Jarrahdale 4.1 mi away
#2 of 11 Nature & Parks in Jarrahdale
Araluen Botanic Park Western Australia, Australia 8.9 mi away
#109 of 814 Nature & Parks in Western Australia
This was our fist visit to the park and wow were we blown away with the amazing display of colour, the amazing water features scattered throughout the park and the amazing walks.
This Botanic Park has unique natural landscape of flat garden areas, hills, river and reservoir that would be suitable for everyone outdoor activities.
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Churchman Brook Dam Roleystone 7.0 mi away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Roleystone
There is a nice stream with ducks galore and lots of area to sit and have a picnic.
Lots of birds that came and visit us which was nice.
1872 Heritage Railway Trails Jarrahdale 6.6 mi away
#7 of 11 Nature & Parks in Jarrahdale
Araluen Golf Resort Roleystone 7.3 mi away
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in Roleystone
Fantastic final golf course of our Aussie trip and apart from the kangaroos we were the only ones out there! Challenging holes, fantastic views, wonderful staff and judgmental kangaroos!
Spectacular place, cold beer telling golf stories to go with the great photo's we took after and then home to brag that we played the most beautiful course in WA.
Kitty's Gorge Walk Jarrahdale 8.4 mi away
#1 of 11 Nature & Parks in Jarrahdale
I have completed this trail with my young teenage son in both summer and winter with my preference to the latter The trail can also begin at the Jarrahdale cemetery although this will add a further 4km to your hik...
23000 steps & 14kms loop from Jarrahdale end, return trip for 3.5 hours I had a great time seeing black cockatoos & Roos plus wild flowers & the wonderful scenery.
Champion Lakes Regatta Centre Armadale 8.0 mi away
#2 of 4 Nature & Parks in Armadale
Attended this very important event recently at Champion Lakes Rowing venue it is a credit to the Western Australian Rowing Association , Great setting as well, WELL DONE
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