The South West NatureGuide App uses technology to help you build a deeper connection to the natural world in the South West of Western Australia.
The South West Nature guide allows visitors to Department of Parks and Wildlife (DPAW) sites to scan tags located near trees, plants and other features. The App will then display rich information about the species scanned, including the name, distribution, a photo and interesting facts. The South West Nature Guide has been developed in partnership with DPAW.
Whether you’re standing near a plant or a magnificent old tree, overlooking an expansive view, or looking out for wildlife, learning more about the natural world is easy with the South West NatureGuide helping you along the way
The App contains over 130 entries on local flora, fauna, history and geology. Tagged trails can be found at:
The Tree Top & Ancient Empire Walks – 17km east of Walpole
The Diamond Tree - just south of Manjimup
The Gloucester Tree – near Pemberton
- 5km east of Walpole
William Bay National Park – 10km west of Denmark
Horse Yard Hill
- behind the Walpole Visitor Centre
The Dave Evans Bicentennial tree – In Beedelup National Park near Pemberton; and
King Jarrah – just outside the town of Manjimup