Landcare SJ and the Shire of Serpentine-Jarrahdale have partnered together through the Community Funding Program to provide signs and doggy poop stations at different entrances to the Brickwood Reserve walk trail. This means walkers and their canines can enjoy the area while looking after it!
The Friends of Brickwood Reserve group meet every month and will be placing their bushcare dates on the signs, so keep a look out and donate some of your time to keeping this fabulous habitat healthy.
Brickwood Reserve is the most extensive example of open marri and Kingia woodland left on the eastern side of the Swan Coastal Plain. It’s 40ha is home to rare wetland commun
ties and stands of Eucalyptus lane-poolei. The reserve has sections of foothills soils, Pinjarra plain and Bassendean sands, supporting a high diversity of plan life. This reserve represents an important ecological area providing homes for native flora and fauna whilst providing a natural area for people to enjoy and relax.