About this park
Boyagin Nature Reserve is an important remnant of natural bushland on the western edge of the Central Wheatbelt. See native trees, plants and animals that used to cover the area before land was cleared for farming. You won’t believe how much the Wheatbelt country has changed. Bushwalking is the best way to get close to the nature here.
Wander around important stands of powderbark, jarrah and marri. The native bushland is home to lots of wildlife. numbats and tammar wallabies. Look closely and you be very lucky to spot a numbat or tammar wallaby. These residents are rather shy and elusive though! In Spring gorgeous displays of wildflowers add vibrant colour to the area. After a walk, eat your picnic lunch at Boyagin Rock. This interesting granite outcrop rises to a height of 50m. See how it’s been cracked and pitted by the elements. Climb to the peak of this imposing feature and be rewarded with commanding views of the surroundings below.
Review – Wildflowers galore A fair way off the road to reach the car park but along the way there was plenty of wildflowers, including orchids. The reserve is having some developments done and it is a bit of a hike to the rock – which we didn’t do. Some signage also at the car park. Alice R – Trip Advisor
Plants, wildlife and fungi
Visit the Atlas of Living Australia for a list of species recorded in Boyagin Nature Reserve.
We recognise and acknowledge Aboriginal people as the traditional owners of Boyagin Nature Reserve.