Bullock Hill Conservation Park is a picturesque undulating park with a mix of habitat types. From tall stands of eucalyptus, including pink gum and cup gum through to native grass lands in the east. On the western side of the park under the eucalypt woodlands you will find a dense understory of acacia and mixed heath.
This combination of habitats provides home to a variety of small bird species, including Brown-headed honeyeaters, red-wattle birds and grey shrike-thrush. If you are patient you may be rewarded with a sighting of a rainbow bee-eater or black-faced cuckoo-shrike. The park also provides habitat for many Western grey kangaroos, which are easily spotted at dawn and dusk, grazing in native grassland along the park’s eastern boundary.