Totadgin Conservation Park offers a picturesque setting for a picnic and provides an ideal location to discover much of the native flora and fauna inhabiting the area. Take a gentle stroll along the bottom of the Totadgin Rock, which is a granite outcrop with a similar wave formation to the more famous Wave Rock in Hyden. Discover the plethora of native birds that live in the reserve, including the White-eared Honeyeater and Chestnut-rumped Thornbill.
Relax at the picnic area under the shade of the woodlands and enjoy a barbecue lunch before continuing on to explore more of the reserve. A visit to the reserve in spring is even more spectacular with the diverse assortment of wildflowers out on display.
- Totadgin Conservation Park is just five minutes drive (approx 14 km), south of the Central Wheatbelt town of Merredin which is three hours drive north east of Perth.
- Discover more of the surroundings by taking the 75 minute walk along the Merredin Peak Heritage Trail and take in the superb views along the way.