Located on the edge of Harvey, Korijekup Conservation Park boasts stunning views, wildlife, wildflowers and excellent (undesignated) walk trails.
From the 1830s the Harvey area was known as "Korijekup"; the Aboriginal word meaning "The place of the Red-Tailed Black Cockatoo."
Korijekup Conservation Park is a little-known valley system at the foothills of the Darling Scarp comprising Jarrah-Marri Forest and Darling Range Ghost Gums with an understory tree layer of Banksia grandis and Allocasuarina
It is also a favourite for wildflowers, in particular, orchids. Korijekup is the largest and most diverse of all the Foothills reserves south of Perth and provides stunning views of the region.
Note: Currently the walk and MTB trails are not officially designated. Please keep to the natural path and stay safe.
Access the Park via either Flynn Road in the east or Morton Road in the West.
Fleay Road, Harvey WA, Australia