Located in College Grove, the easy 2.3km Manea Park Walk takes in a range of habitat types. Manea Park is Bunbury’s premier bush reserve and supports several threatened species including the forest red-tailed black cockatoo and both the species of white-tailed black cockatoo found within the South West.
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During Spring, it is an excellent location to view a magnificent variety of Western Australian wildflowers. The bush is highly susceptible to disturbance so it is requested that horse-riding, four-wheel driving and motorbike riding not take place at Manea Park.
No bushwalking experience required. The track is a hardened or compacted surface and may have a gentle hill section or sections and occasional steps. Walks no greater than 10km. Suitable for families with young children.
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2 trail goers have rated Manea Park, College Grove, Bunbury as 4 out of 5!
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Alison Melvin rated Manea Park, College Grove, Bunbury a 4 out of 5
Reviewed 15 Aug 2021, 3:56pm
Fantastic to experience a walk with SW Wildflower Society this morning,Mel our leader was a very knowledgeable young lady ,who shared and answered questions about the beautiful 20 plus acres of well kept scrublands.
Lots of species flowering and will be booming in a few weeks.Bud buds and more buds for the Orchid lovers.
A gem in the heart of the south west.Walker friendly and wheelchair/buggy friendly in certain areas.You didn't have to go far to see the variety of wildflowers flowers.. Bobtails sunning themselves,magpies feasting and kangaroos hopping
Eric Conway rated Manea Park, College Grove, Bunbury a 4 out of 5
Reviewed 19 Mar 2016, 12:17pm
Easy walk, dog friendly.
Regular walker on the trek with my dog.
From winter onwards you will see lots of types of orchids until summer.
Fauna aplenty to see.
Only drawback, is lots of hares are starting to infest the area.
Plenty of areas you can walk besides the regular trail.
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Grass tree in flower
Manea Park trailhead
Manea Park wildflowers
Manea park wildflowers
Manea Park wildflowers
Bees attracted by the wildflowers
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