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Friends of the Porongurup Range

Friends of the
Porongurup Range

Twin Creeks Conservation Reserve

 Credit Bo Janmaat

@BoJanmaat Photography

Twin Creeks Conservation Reserve

is one of the few remaining protected bush properties in this agricultural region and is part of the Oyster Harbour Catchment Group/ Ranges Link Project.    

The Reserve is a mixture of remnant bush, revegetation and regrowth.

Varied soil types across the Reserve result in a diversity of plant communities from the Sheoak groves on granite outcrops to the flooded ironstone heath and to the lateritic Jarrah/Marri uplands.

Friends of the Porongurup Range

is a volunteer not-for-profit organization which purchased the 511ha farming property in 2003.

The public is welcome to visit this unique private reserve which is located on Knights Rd in the vale of Kalgan between the Porongurup and Stirling Ranges.

Heartland Journeys

Gondwana Link recently produced HEARTLAND JOURNEYS  an online guide to the places, people and nature of the Great Southern region.

An interactive map, self-drive journeys, biodiversity information, and a trove of multi-media stories ‒ from Noongar Elders, landcarers and people passionate about the natural values of this region ‒ are included.  A podcast is available for on-the-road listening.  

This rich information will help visitors take a deep dive into this region and hear directly from the people who know it best.

The ‘Between the Ranges Journey’ features seven ‘Place’ listings including Twin Creeks Conservation Reserve, with stories and information about the significant flora and fauna, including birds and wildflowers to see, walks to take, and a description of the significant landcare and eco-restoration programs underway at the Reserve.

Win Creeks Conservation Reserve Map


Conservation Projects

Porongurup Friends volunteers conduct on-ground activities to rehabilitate habitat by removing feral plant species and restoring native vegetation.

The habitat and populations of local flora and fauna are monitored through the Citizen Science program.

Bird surveys are conducted with assistance from Birdlife Australia, CCWA and volunteers. Observations are added to the information collected across participating regional nature reserves in the Gondwana Link.


Please leave comments in the visitor book to enable us to improve the visitor experience at the Reserve.

Out of respect for the native fauna, camping, dogs, horse riding and bikes are not permitted.

We hope you enjoy your visit to Twin Creeks as much as we enjoy being caretakers of this boodja.

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Honey Possum

Honey possum - Tarsipes rostratus - @BoJanmaat Photography

Australian Government - Department of Agriculture, Water and the EnvironmentNational Trust of WARanges LinkGondwana LinkOyster Harbour Catchment GroupAustralian Government National Reserve System

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We acknowledge the Noongar  people as the traditional custodians of the land on which we work and live.
We pay our respects to the Elders, past, present, and emerging and to the wider Noongar community. 

Address: PO Box 514 Mt Barker WA 6324
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