Event: Southern Flora Lake Muir Full-Day Tour
The Lake Muir Tour heads south-east of Bridgetown through jarrah and marri forests and banksia woodlands to Lake Muir National Park, with its internationally-recognised RAMSAR wetland ecosystem and Important Bird Area for Australasian Bitterns. Then head north to the Tone-Perup Nature Reserve and explore wetland heath vegetation, jarrah forest and wandoo woodlands to find melaleuca, kunzea, hibbertia, kangaroo paw, red leschenaultia, stylidium, orchids and much more. Western Spinebill, Tawny-crowned Honeyeater, Red- tailed Black Cockatoo, Western Corella and Western Wattlebird can be seen on this tour. The full-day tour must be booked at least one day in advance. Southern Flora full-day and half-day tours are also available to experience the wildflowers and birds of the jarrah and marri forest, karri forest and wandoo woodland in national parks and reserves surrounding Bridgetown.
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