WEIRA RESERVE

 

GPS 30 59 46 S 118 23 13 E

 

 

 

Toilets available Tables and / or seats and / or shelters provided Fire places or BBQs available Caravan access possible Big rig access possible Pets allowed on leash Sight seeing area Walk trails

 

 

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Weira Reserve is 13 kilometres south east of Mukinbudin in the eastern wheatbelt of Western Australia on the Koorda to Bullfinch road.

There is an interesting limestone breakaway formation and there is a walk trail leading south from the main parking area that leads to a naturally formed gnamma hole.

Gnamma holes were an important water source for the Aboriginal people as they moved through the country in search of food.

You are allowed to camp overnight at the reserve and there are seats, tables, fire pits and a toilet available.

Pets are welcome but please do not let them disturb the wildlife.

During wildflower season you may find native orchids here if you look carefully.

Orchids to look out for include hairy stem snail orchids, glistening spider orchids, dainty blue orchids, chamelion spider orchids and green veined shell orchids.

There are also many species of bird that inhabit the reserve.

 

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