About this park
This regional park offers a range of natural landscapes including banksia woodland, wetlands and rural remnants of bushland. The area is rich with interesting plants and wildlife. Remarkable considering the many suburban developments and rural lots surrounding the park!
There are over 400 species of plants to enjoy. Discover beautiful banksias and paperbarks. Swamp cypresses also thrive in the park’s wetlands. Did you know they only live in this part of the world? From August to November wildflowers are at their peak, but you can see flowers at most times of the year. Bushwalking is the best way to get amongst it and explore. Walk along one of the many bridle paths and get up close to the plants. Take care as you’re walking though, you’ll be sharing these tracks with horses and their riders!
Plants, wildlife and fungi
Visit the Atlas of Living Australia for a list of species recorded in Jandakot Regional Park.
We recognise and acknowledge Whadjuk people as the traditional owners of Jandakot Regional Park.