In my unrelenting search for the insignificant and obscure (getting lonely I guess), I focus on the Claypit walk that contains some lovely wildflowers that occur no where else in the reserve. Be prepared to be underwhelmed by the size of the flowers but amazed by their beauty if viewed closely.
To get there drive down the western boundary of the reserve (opposite cemetery, also see town water storage tank), drive down past the claypit and park in the clearing where the track splits with the left branch going up a hill. See map left.
You will see orange tape on the right of the track that follows the fence. Look here for Red Lechenaultia (pic below in the slideshow). Unfortunately plants here suffered in last year’s drought.
Continue south until nearly the end when you will see orange tape on a miserable looking shrub on the left. Look very carefully at the lovely blue Calytrix lechenaultii flowers
Follow the track as it turns sharp left. You are following the route of the new Claypit walk that is being developed with help from the Now Green team. See the Morning Iris lilies (pic below in slideshow) on the slope on the left, then a shrub with white Roadside tea-tree flowers (slideshow) on the right. Continue up the slope through the sandy area until the track does a sharp right turn around a wandoo tree. Turn left here and follow the track down the slope to the valley. See the group of Baeckia crispiflora (slideshow) shrubs that are just starting to produce a lovely show of pink flowers. Follow the track up the steps and across the firebreak and through dead branches, then then bush to the breakaway edge where you will be able to see your car below. If you continue along the track you will see a green bench where you can rest your weary bones and have a glimpse of the Narrogin townsite. From here find your way back to the car.