Barna Mia

Barna Mia Nocturnal Experience - An Unforgettable Night Adventure!

Embark on a guided nocturnal tour into the serene sanctuary of Barna Mia, where Western Australia's endangered native animals find refuge. Located in the heart of the captivating Dryandra Woodland National Park, just 180 kilometers southeast of Perth (35 kilometers from Narrogin), Barna Mia offers a unique opportunity to witness threatened marsupials in their natural habitat once the sun sets.

Barna Mia stands apart as an extraordinary animal sanctuary, providing a glimpse into the lives of these native creatures against the backdrop of the picturesque Dryandra Woodland. The experience unfolds seamlessly in most weather conditions, creating a tranquil and immersive environment.

Bookings are essential, as these sought-after tours fill up quickly. Tour days are scheduled:

  • from April to November on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday nights.
  • from December to March, tours are available on Friday and Saturday nights.

To secure your spot, contact the Department of Parks and Wildlife at 08 9881 9200 from Monday to Friday. For Saturday bookings (if available), reach out to the Narrogin and Dryandra Visitor Centre at 08 9881 2064 between 10 am to 3 pm.

The start times for the tour vary, so be sure to check when making your booking. Immerse yourself in the magic of the night and witness the fascinating world of Western Australia's native animals at Barna Mia.