Located just 2 hours from Perth in the heart of Dryandra Woodland, the Lions Dryandra Village offers a choice of dormitory or cottage accommodation within walking distance from Parks and Wildlife's Irabina Study Centre, the Old Mill Dam picnic site and a number of walk trails.

Things to Do

Parks and Wildlife offers a range of guided activities designed to provide educational, interactive and enjoyable ways for students of all ages to learn about native plants and animals, local ecology and conservation issues.

  • A choice of 7 great walk trails, ranging in length from 1 to 27 kms.
  • A 25 km audio drive trail.
  • A 23 km interpretive drive trail
  • Barna Mia animal viewing enclosure and interpretive centre
  • Bird watching, star gazing, spotlighting for animals, brilliant spring wildflower displays.
  • A selection of guided eco-activities during peak periods and on request for groups.

Facilities

Restored Forest Cottages
Eight cottages accommodate between 2 and 12 people. Includes one cottage with disabled access.

  • Cottages are self contained with gas stove, cooking utensils, hot water supply and open fireplace.
  • Linen, pillows, blankets and towels are not supplied.

Currawong Complex
Four Nisson style dormitories accommodate up to 56 people.

  • A commercial kitchen which is fully equipped, communal dining hall and ablution facilities.
  • A public telephone, recreation hall, playground with toilets and resident manager are also on site.

Cost

  • Please contact the caretakers for information on prices

Bookings/enquiries

(08) 9884 5231