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Welcome to the Toodyay Naturalists' Club website

The Toodyay Naturalists' Club was established in 1968 - 2018 is our Golden Anniversary. Explore our website and see what we do. New members are always welcome.
The natural history of Western Australia is unique with an extremely diverse suite of flora and fauna; the Central & Eastern Avon Wheatbelt region is one of Australia's 15 recognised Biodiversity Hotspots.
Southwest Australia is one of five Mediterranean-type ecosystem hotspots globally, taking up some 357,000 sq.km, with less than 107,000 sq.km of vegetation remaining. The area has over 2,948 endemic plant species growing in some of the most ancient landforms on earth. It is home to an increasing number of endangered flora and fauna species; it's here the Club resides. Rainfall is mainly in winter, with a very hot, dry summer

The featured photo above: Female brushtail possum feasting on fruit, while her baby clings to her back. Photo: Wayne Clarke
2017 PROGRAMME - The Toodyay Naturalists' Club Inc. Programme for 2017 can be viewed here
Go to our News page for our latest news or view our latest newsletter here
DRUMMOND HOUSE - HOME OF THE TOODYAY NATS'
108B Stirling Terrace, Toodyay (next to our website sponsor, Bendigo Bank, and shared with the Historical Society and the Friends of the River).
For further details please contact the Secretary
CLICK HERE IF YOU HAVE INJURED WILDLIFE OR HERE IF YOU HAVE A PROBLEM WITH REPTILES Club contacts are Brian Foley on 9574 5448 or Desrae Clarke on 9574 5574.
The next meeting will be a club night, on Saturday 16 September 2017, 7pm, at the CWA Hall 101 Stirling Terrace, Toodyay. Click here for details

Site updated 9 September 2017

This site is sponsored by the Toodyay and Districts Community Bank Branch - Bendigo Bank