Tone-Perup is a secluded nature reserve covering 56,000 hectares in the South West. Extensive jarrah and wandoo forests provide habitat for some of Australia’s rarest mammals. Numbats, chuditch, woylie, quenda, ringtail and brushtail possums all call this place home as do many species of birds and reptiles.
Take a scenic drive along the Boyup Brook – Cranbrook Road in spring to see the wandoo forest in wreathed in wildflowers. There are limited visitor facilities within the nature reserve but there is a low-key picnic area at Heartlea with picnic tables and a toilet.
Need to know
|No dogs (or other pets) allowed in this park
Park Entry Fee
|Entry to Tone-Perup Nature Reserve is free.