“Barna Mia”, DPaW site. – Includes a downloadable information guide about this animal sanctuary.
“Birdwatching around Narrogin”, Birdlife Western Australia brochure. – For a brief birdwatcher’s overview of this region.
“Dryandra – The Story of an Australian Forest”, Vincent Serventy, 1970 (ISBN 0 589 07066 5). – Inspiration for readers on the important task of conserving such areas of natural bush “for our delight and that of future generations”.
“Dryandra Woodland”, DPaW site. – Includes a downloadable visitor guide.
“Exploring Wheatbelt Woodlands”, Mike Bamford, 1995 (CALM publication; ISBN 0 7309 6495 7). – Provides a good introduction to the flora and fauna of remnant woodlands in the region.
“Exploring Wheatbelt Woodlands – Teaching Activities for Upper Primary Schools”, Lyn Chadwick et al, 1994 (CALM publication; ISBN 0 7309 6320 9). – A valuable aid for anyone interested in introducing children to the flora and fauna of remnant woodlands in the region and helping them understand and value the remaining woodlands.
“Forests on Foot (40 walks in W.A.)”, Meney & Brown, 1985, pp.87-92 (Wescolour Press, Fremantle). – The walk on this page captures some sections of the two-day walk originally well-described in that book. Can be viewed at State Library of WA (book Call Ref. # 919.412 MEN).
“Lol Gray Trail, Dryandra Woodland”, Trails WA site – A 12.5km trail immediately east of this walk route. (Also see waypoints ‘LG1’- ‘LG17’.)
“Ochre Trail, Dryandra Woodland”, Trails WA site – A 5km trail which partly overlaps with this walk.
“Travellers guide to the Parks & Reserves of Western Australia”, Simon Nevill, 4th Edn. 2011, pp.106-112 (Simon Nevill Publications) – Includes ia good summary and photos.
Walks in other ‘islands’ of remnant bushland within the wheatbelt: See WalkGPS Boyagin Rock Walk and Lupton Walk on this site and also Mt Matilda Walk Trail, Wongan Hills on Trails WA site.
“Wandoo Trail, Dryandra Woodland”, Trails WA site – A 2.7km trail (Also see waypoints ‘WD1’- ‘WD6’.)
Wikipedia-Dryandra Woodland, – A good article, including a useful additional reference list.
“Woodland Wonderland”, D. Mitchell & N.Higgs, article in Landscope magazine (CALM), Vol.9, No.4, Winter 1994, pp.28-35.
“A Wonderful Woodland”, A.Desmond & M.Boothey, article in Landscope magazine (CALM), Vol.13, No.1, Spring 1997, pp.36-41.
“Woylie Walk, Dryandra Woodland”, Trails WA site – A 5.5km trail which partly overlaps with this walk.
Other map availability
“South West WA 25K Scale Topo Maps”, Greg Harewood & Landgate, 2015. – Digital raster; ECW format on 16GB USB. See tile #440-2232-II-NE and #586-2332-III-NW for relevant map coverage.