Korrelocking Nature Reserve
Popular picnicking place for local people especially during spring when it abounds with wildflowers.
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Korrelocking is dominated by mature Salmon Gum and Gimlet woodland and is a sanctuary for kangaroos and other forms of animal and bird life indigenous to this part of the wheatbelt. On the higher ground in the north-east granite outcrops are surrounded by York Gum and Jam. A dense Melaleuca thicket surrounding a seasonal swamp occurs on heavier soils in the south-western corner.
Forty-four bird species have been recorded on Korrelocking including the Pacific Heron, Black-shouldered Kite, Whistling Kite, Little Eagle, Black-tailed Native-hen and Long-billed Corella.
This information was provided by the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions: dpaw.wa.gov.au