Freemantle Nature Reserve

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Freemantle Nature Reserve was created in December 1973. It covers an area of 361ha. View the detailed park and fire management documents.

The vegetation of Freemantle Nature Reserve is predominantly woodland and dry sclerophyll forest, providing important habitat for a variety of animal species, including gliders, koalas and red-neck wallabies. Recreation is not encouraged and no facilities are provided.

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