This walk takes around 30 minutes and goes through a white gum valley with grass trees, banksias and a grandfather wandoo.

Look for the variety of wildflowers in season and the eagles’ nest on the left as you enter the forest, and the hollows in old trees that provide shelter and nesting sites for birds and possums. A large variety of bush birds can be found in the different habitats. Look for Western and Inland Thornbills, Striated Pardalote, Red-capped Parrot, Weebill, Dusky Wood swallow, Western Spinebill, Elegant Parrot and Red-tailed Black-Cockatoo.

Three well-signposted loop walks (1.0–3.7km) take you through delightful open Marri and Wandoo woodland, Jarrah forest and upland wetland then along creek lines with banksia and ancient grass trees.

The Wandoo Valley walk trail is 8.2km from Bridgetown centre. To access, drive along Winnejup Road and turn down the power line corridor, parking at entrance to Wandoo Walk.