The Friends of Samphire Cove Nature Reserve

The Friends are a group of volunteers who work with the Department of Parks and Wildlife and other partners to manage and improve this unique A Class Nature Reserve (the vesting being for the purpose of conservation of Flora and Fauna) located on the shoreline of the Mandurah Estuary at Halls Head on the corner of Egret Point Road and Wedgetail Retreat.

Scenic boardwalks, two bird hides (one with all-abilities access), paver art installations (recently restored), an information shelter and a disability parking bay make this reserve attractive and user-friendly. No dogs allowed due to species nesting on the ground.
Download the printable All Abilities Interpretive Trail Guide of Samphire Cove.
There is the added bonus of the well-appointed Grahame Heal Reserve on the opposite corner, complete with barbecue and shelter.

The Friends of Samphire Cove Nature Reserve meet at 9.00am on the last Sunday of each month and mid month as well to carry out flora and fauna rehabilitation and to tidy up the reserve. In the summer months we usually water our new plants and do a spot of weeding.
We stop at 10.30am for BYO morning tea and to greet visitors.
Call by and say hello!
You may wish to join us? Contact us to find out more.
Alternatively, phone Mandurah Parks & Wildlife Office on 9303 7750 or a Conservation Officer on 0427 987 935.
Volunteers are covered by DBCA insurance.
Terms and conditions apply.
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