About Warwick Bushland
Warwick Bushland is 60 hectares of original native vegetation in the northern suburbs of Perth, Western Australia.
It is jarrah-banksia woodland with scattered tall tuart trees and most of the bushland is still in very good condition. There are more than 200 species of wildflower, hundreds of larger fungi, at least 16 reptile and frog species and over 60 native bird species. Kangaroos are also occassionally seen.
Warwick Bushland comprises both the Warwick Conservation Reserve managed by the City of Joondalup and the Warwick Senior High School Bushland managed by the school.
Get Involved with The Friends of Warwick Bushland
We see our role as guardians, advocates, educators, researchers and bush carers.
Membership is free and open to all ages. We welcome anyone interested in learning about and caring for our unique bushland.
Development of this website was funded by the City of Joondalup.
Most photographs on this website were taken by Mark Brundrett. Others were kindly provided by Brian Hadwin, Graeme Orr, Karen Clarke and David Pike.