“Paruna Wildlife Sanctuary”
Spot echidnas, kangaroos, emus and more on the 12km Numbat Trail though the Paruna Wildlife Reserve. The reserve was created by the Australian Wildlife Conservancy to protect threatened species of native plants and animals. To help protect the environment and its inhabitants, there are only a limited number of visitors allowed per day. Make sure you make a booking, either by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, and pay the $5 fee before you visit the park. Because of the need to book in advance, you’re likely to not see many other people on the track. As well as the abundant wildlife, keep an eye out for the vibrant orange bark on the Wandoo and Powderbark forest. The forest then makes way for dense scrubland before reaching a ridgeline where you’ll be able to admire the green views of the Avon River below.
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