Friends of Warwick Bushland
Warwick Bushland is Jarrah-Banksia woodland with scattered tall Tuart trees. Most of the bushland is still in very good condition. There are more than 200 species of wildflowers, hundreds of larger fungi, at least 16 reptile and frog species and over 60 native bird species. Recently Bandicoot diggings were discovered and Grey Kangaroos are occasionally seen. Warwick Conservation Reserve is protected by the state government’s Bush Forever conservation plan as an important example of its type.
This bushland was once widespread on the Spearwood dunes of the Swan Coastal Plain upon which Perth is built. In 2014 it also became protected by the Commonwealth government as a Threatened Ecological Community. The site is registered as “Land for Wildlife” with the Department of Biodiversity Conservation and Attractions. Visit our website.