Common Trees of the South-West Forests
Famed for its diversity, people travel from all over the world to see the south-west’s unique flora. However, the trees are perhaps the region’s most visible and well-known plants, with the beauty and grandeur of the tall karri, tingle, marri and jarrah forest dominating the vegetation. This guide will help you identify the most common trees in the region with colour photographs and descriptive text.
Common Birds of the South-West Forests
What bird is that? Covering over 40 of the most common birds you are likely to encounter in the south-west forest from dainty little robins to the second largest bird in the world, the emu. This guide will help you identify those flashes of vibrant colour or distinctive calls as you travel between Perth, Augusta, Denmark and Albany.
Wildflowers of the South-West Forests
The isolated south-western corner of WA, with its Mediterranean climate, is considered among the world’s 34 biodiversity hotspots. An incredible 75 per cent of the 11,000 species recorded in WA grow in the south-west corner of the state, and most of these are found nowhere else in the world. Find out more in Wildflowers of the South-West Forests.