Illamurta Springs Conservation Reserve
The Illamurta Springs Conservation Reserve is one of the most beautiful and peaceful spots you can visit.
Its natural values are due to the impressive southern foothills of the James Range and the presence of a permanent natural spring.
The site is a moist habitat for several relict aquatic plant species and it protects the ruins of the old Illamurta Springs Police Camp, open between 1893 and 1912.
This served as an administration centre and distribution point for rations for Aboriginal people.
Get the Illamurta Springs Conservation Reserve fact sheet and map PDF, 589.14 KB .
- wildlife spotting and nature appreciation
- information signs
- 4WD tracks
- walking tracks
- wildlife spotting and birdwatching
- historical ruins.
- stay on the designated tracks and roads
- historic, cultural items and wildlife are protected
- firewood collection is not permitted in the reserve
- fires are not permitted in the reserve
- no camping is permitted in the reserve
- bins are not provided, so take all your rubbish with you
- pets are not permitted in the park.
- observe park safety signs
- carry and drink plenty of water
- wear a hat, sunscreen, insect repellent, suitable clothing and footwear
- avoid strenuous activity during the heat of the day
- think about your health and fitness when choosing a walk.
Last updated: 07 March 2019