Mundy Regional Park is a haven for all kinds of native wildlife.
There are over 200 species of birds that have been recorded in the park. Feathered friends that you’re likely to spot include the Australian ringneck, magpie, red-capped parrot, kookaburra and red-tailed black cockatoo.
Some smaller mammals that call Mundy home are bilbies, rabbits, the southern brown bandicoot and brushtail possum. Western grey kangaroos and western brush wallabies have also been sighted here.
There are reptiles galore in Mundy Regional Park (over 60 species) who thrive in the bush environment. Snakes such as dugites, southern blind snakes and southern shovel-nosed snakes, and lizards such as bobtails, ornate dragons and tree dtellas have been spotted in the park.
Mundy Regional Park is known for its spectacular wildflower display in the late winter and spring months.
Visitors should keep an eye out for prickly moses (a species of wattle), blue fairy orchids, cowslip orchids, honey bushes and myrtle hakeas. Some beautiful trees also grow here, including eucalyptus wandoo, jarrah and marri trees.