Berry Reserve Walk Trail

Several vegetation communities exist at F R Berry Reserve including Jarrah/Marri/Wandoo woodlands,
Melaleuca (Paperbark) fringed creeklines and granite outcrops containing a great diversity of species.
The reserve is also home to several species of Rare and Priority flora, some of which are unique to this place and do not occur anywhere else in WA, or for that matter,
the World.

Download more info (PDF) from the City of Swan website..

Berry Reserve

The vegetation communities also provide valuable habitat for a wonderful variety of our West Australian fauna. Fauna known to frequent the reserve include the Honey Possum, Mardo, Gould’s Monitor, Bobtail, Western Green tree frog, Weebill, Splendid Fairy Wren and the endangered Carnaby’s Cockatoo. Along the walktrail are photos of some these fauna species that you may be fortunate enough to view on your walk.

Dogs are allowed off the leash as long as the owner has them fully under control at all times.

Berry Reserve Walk Trail
Berry Reserve Walk Trail is an initiative of gidgegannup community groups