Embark on an adventure through the bushland reserves of Narrogin and the surrounding areas, where encounters with iconic Australian wildlife await at every turn. Narrogin provides a variety of interesting habitats and opportunities, which include walks, wildflowers, marsupials (night spot-lighting) and over 100 species of birds. From the graceful kangaroos to the elusive echidnas, the natural wonders of this region are sure to captivate and inspire.


Birdwatching around Narrogin guide 

In the heart of this pristine landscape lies the renowned Dryandra Woodland National Park, spanning an impressive 28,000 hectares. Established by the Department of Parks and Wildlife, this conservation area serves as a vital sanctuary for the Numbat and countless other native species, preserving their habitats for future generations to cherish.

echidnaHow to spot Echidnas in the wild brochure

As you traverse Foxes Lair reserve, keep your eyes peeled for the elusive echidnas. With territories spanning up to 50 hectares, these remarkable creatures are a rare sight to behold. However, with adjoining bush at Railway Dam, the Commonage, and Bottle Creek Dam Reserve quadrupling the total area, your chances of spotting these spiky marvels increase exponentially.

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How to spot Numbat in the wild brochure

For those eager to catch a glimpse of the iconic Numbat, seek guidance from the Numbat Whisperer. Armed with invaluable insights and tips on spotting these elusive marsupials in the wild, you'll be well-equipped for an unforgettable wildlife encounter.

Shingleback Lizard or Bobtail Goanna

But the wonders of Narrogin extend beyond the Numbat's realm. Venture deeper into the bushland, and you may encounter the charming Bobtail lizards. Despite their attempts to appear fierce, these harmless creatures offer a delightful glimpse into the intricate web of life within the woodlands.


As you explore, keep a lookout for the majestic Racehorse Goanna. With their agile movements and distinctive markings, they leave a lasting impression on all who cross their path. Despite their imposing appearance, these magnificent reptiles are not aggressive and will swiftly retreat if given the chance.

Before embarking on your adventure, be sure to download essential brochures offering insights into spotting echidnas and other elusive creatures. Armed with knowledge and a spirit of adventure, you're ready to immerse yourself in the natural beauty of Narrogin and its bushland reserves.