Duffys Forest
Residents Association
Welcome to the Duffys Forest Residents Association website. The DFRA was formed in 1965 to preserve the natural and unique beauty of Duffys Forest by promoting proper planning of all future developments.It also aims to express the co-coordinated viewpoints of residents to the various authorities both local and state government.
Waratah Park

Home of Skippy the Bush Kangaroo

Waratah Park, home of Skippy the Bush Kangaroo, currently has a weeding and restoration project lead by the Duffys Forest Residents Association. If you would like to help at the next working bee. All the details are below.
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Bushcares Major Day Out

29th August
Please see the flyer for further details

Trail Working Bee

Trail Working Bee this Saturday at 1.00pm at Guwara Trail. Guwara Trail connects Guwara Rd to Namba Rd and is for horse riders, walkers and is dog friendly. Please wear gloves and appropriate footwear as it could be damp underfoot. Contact joanne@moygroup.net if you require further information.


Benifits of Duffys Forest

  • Recreational facilities


  • Fauna and Flora


  • Distance to the city


  • Community Spirit


  • Wilderness and tranquillity