Piney Lakes Reserve, WA

The team at Piney Lakes would like to encourage everybody to make continuous observations so that plenty of data can be collected in order for scientists to make accurate assumptions about the effects of climate change, as it applies to Australian flora and fauna.

How to get involved?

Visit Piney Lakes Reserve to obtain your free information booklet and map from the Environmental Education Centre.

Contact Environmental Education Officer This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. about events or school group bookings.

The trail takes about 45 minutes to 1 hour. Since part of the trail is a sandy firebreak, wear closed shoes, a hat and sunscreen. 

 Piney lakes kids entering data

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