Gumblossom Reserve, WA

Gumblossom Reserve has about 5 ha of native vegetation typical to the area prior to the development of the Quinns Rocks townsite in the 1960s. The vast array of plant species exists due to the varied soils associated with two intersecting dunes systems. The reserve has two main plant communities: Banksia woodland and mixed shrubland and heathland.

How to get involved

This trail was developed with the Quinns Rocks Environmental Group (QREG). Take a closer look at the plant and animal species on the trail and learn how changes in climate are affecting their seasonal behaviour.

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