Woodanilling is prided on its peaceful surrounding and its ability to get close to nature, and has been recognised as a popular area for bird watching and possess many locations bursting with native and rare wildflowers and flora.
Located northwest of Woodanilling, on Queerearrup Road along Douglas Road, Queerearrup lake in its former glory offered a large variety of recreational and leisure activities from skiing, swimming and picnic areas. The lake has a significant historical value to Woodanilling. However, due to falling water levels the lake is no longer used as a skiing or swimming location, although native flora and fauna can still be admired throughout the reserve. Public toilets are available on site.
Martup Pool & Wignedyne Nature Reserve
Martup Pool located north of Woodanilling, on the Albany Highway and Wingedyne Nature Reserve found on Orchard Road, both offering opportunities to view native wildflowers during spring. Kangaroos and bush wallabies can often be seen at dusk in the paddocks surrounding the reserve, which are also known for parrots, lorikeets, blue wrens and the crested shrike-tit.
Located in Woodanilling’s northeast, along Shackley Road, King Rock, a flora and fauna reserve is an ideal picnic site with panoramic views of the surrounding district.
Centenary Park is an open air park that provides a whole of family experience. Facilities include gazebo with free BBQ, under-cover play equipment for young children, skate park and is fully accessible for people with disabilities. The Park also has toilets and is fully grassed. The use of this facility is free but a booking is reccomended to avoid a clash of functions.