Bungendore Park is an area of natural Jarrah-Marri bushland, and is part of Wungong Regional Park, located on the edge of the Darling Scarp. This park has a wide variety of flora and fauna, including endangered species of cockatoo, including Baudin’s, Forest Red-Tailed Black, and Carnaby’s

There are also a variety of lizard species, and mammals including the echidna and threatened Chuditch. 

Bungendore Park has its fair share of problems, from Phytophthora dieback infestation (controlled) to feral animals including foxes and pigs. However, work is being done to try to keep Bungendore Park as close to pristine as possible, including:

  • Dieback boot cleaning stations
  • Dieback tree injections
  • Weeding
  • Research and education programs
  • Possum breeding box trials