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Wildflower Society of WA | Armadale Branch

Formed in March 1961, the Armadale Branch is one of the oldest branches in the Wildflower Society of Western Australia.

Branch members actively participate in the conservation and revegetation of bushland parks and reserves in the Armadale area i.e. both Darling Scarp and Swan Coastal Plain flora. Such areas include: Bungendore Park (498 ha in Bedfordale) and Armadale Settlers’ Common (383 ha) since the formation of the management committees in 1981 and 1986 respectively; Creyk Park (Armadale) and Fletcher Park (Wungong); custodians of many reserves e.g. Harrisdale, Forrestdale Lake, Gilcoe Place, Anstey-Keane reserves. Activities include surveys, weeding, seed collecting, propagation and plantings.

Meetings are held at 7:30 pm on the 2nd Thursday of months February to November at the Environmental Centre, Armadale Settlers’ Common, Triton Crescent. Most meetings feature a guest speaker on topics ranging from flora, fauna, avifauna, environmental and other natural history-related topics.

Settlers' Comon Environmental Centre
Triton Crescent, Bedfordale

Talk | The Secret Lives of WA Rocks

Wildflower Society of WA | Armadale Branch