Native Gap

See Parks and Wildlife for map and details.

Various woodland species can be found in the mulga woodland.

Sometimes Western Bowerbirds feeding on native fig in rocky areas.

Little Woodswallows usually hawking around the ridge.

Dusky Graswrens live in the spinifex on top of the ridge. Walk up to the microwave repeater station, then on to the top of the ridge and search this area.

A species of Drosera grows in the low-lying swampy area after good rains. Also from 2000 to 2002 there were Brown Quail in this area, but they are unlikely to occur until the next very wet season.