- 667,000 ha (1.65 million acres)
- Simpson Strzelecki Dunes Bioregion and Channel Country Bioregion
- Mammals: > 20
- Birds: > 140
- Reptiles: > 50
- Amphibians: 6
- Threatened Wildlife
- At least seventeen species, including:
- Dusky Hopping Mouse
- Crest-tailed Mulgara
- Plains Rat
- Plains Wanderer
- Over 200
- Threatened Plants
- Approximately ten species
- Approximately 20
- Threatened Ecosystems
Mapping for broad ecosystem types has occurred in the region surrounding Kalamurina. However, many ecosystems occur in patches that are too small or too thin to be depicted at the existing scales. Information on their extent and level of protection is therefore inadequate.
- Ecosystems Known to be Inadequately Protected in National Parks
- (<5% Of Area Protected)
Meullenbeckia florulenta, Chenopodium auricomum with emergent Eucalyptus coolibah
- Major On-Ground Programs
- Biodiversity surveys and monitoring
- Feral herbivore removal (rabbits, camels)
- Feral predator removal (cats, foxes)
- Infrastructure management
- Limiting visitor access (to prevent localised damage to vulnerable habitat and ecosystems)
AWC acknowledges the generous assistance of the Australian Government in protecting Kalamurina Wildlife Sanctuary.
Kalamurina was purchased for the purpose of nature conservation with the assistance of the Australian Government under the Maintaining Australia’s Biodiversity Hotspots Programme.
Permission is needed before access to Kalamurina.
Please contact Lisa Hawthorne on 08 9380 9633.