Korrelocking Reserve

Day Use Area


Tyler Road, Korrelocking, Western Australia.

(08) 9041 6000



Popular picnicking place especially during spring when it abounds with wildflowers. Korrelocking is dominated by mature Salmon Gum and Gimlet woodland and is a sanctuary for kangaroos and other forms of animal and bird life indigenous to this part of the wheatbelt. On the higher ground in the north-east granite outcrops are surrounded by York Gum and Jam. A dense Melaleuca thicket surrounding a seasonal swamp occurs on heavier soils in the south-western corner. Forty-four bird species have been recorded on Korrelocking including the Pacific Heron, Black-shouldered Kite, Whistling Kite, Little Eagle, Black-tailed Native-hen and Long-billed Corella. Dogs are not permitted. No camping or overnight parking.

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Lat: -31.175378 Lng: 117.45849


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