Visit Chereninup Creek (WA)

A freshwater pool on Chereninup Creek Reserve. Chinch Gryniewicz.
A freshwater pool on Chereninup Creek Reserve. Chinch Gryniewicz.

Chereninup Creek visitor information & map ( 3.6mb)

Cherininup Creek Reserve in the south-west corner of Western Australia, between Fitzgerald River and Stirling Range National Parks, is in one of the world’s most biologically valuable ecoregions. The reserve is part of the Gondwana Link habitat restoration project.

Chereninup has good habitat for Honey Possums. Photo Annette Ruzicka.
Chereninup has good habitat for Honey Possums. Photo Annette Ruzicka.
Cherininup is open to the public for day visits. April to October is the best time to visit when temperatures are cooler. This includes the wildflower season, occurring anytime from August to October. Avoid summer months as it's hot and dry, with a high risk of wild fires.

The reserve protects flat-topped yate woodland, mallet and moort woodland, wallabies and freshwater systems. It also provides sanctuary for threatened species including the Dwarf Spider Orchid, Malleefowl and Carnaby’s Black Cockatoo.

There are no facilities on Chereninup.

 

Larger map