The Parks and Wildlife Department of Government Western Australia is a good source of information about what to see and do whilst in the Dryandra Woodland.
Link – http://parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au/park/dryandra-woodland
You will find that speaking to the caretakers you will be able to decide what is best to do in the time available during your stay at the village.
Self Drive Tours
23 kilometre Darwinia drive trail – includes five pull-over bays where interpretive information is provided on the complexity and interdependence of natural systems at Dryandra. Using specific examples of relationships thisdrive will take you into the heart of the woodlands. Pack a picnic lunch or take a short walk to search for orchids near the granite outcrop at stop five. – See more at: http://parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au/park/dryandra-woodland#sthash.DQGW2XUI.dpuf
This brochure provides information for walk trails that will take from 30 minutes to 4 hours – http://parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au/sites/default/files/downloads/parks/dryandra_groundsandtrails_0.pdf
Take Guided Nocturnal Tour
Take a guided nocturnal tour in a tranquil sanctuary that has become home for some of Western Australia’s native animals facing extinction.Experience an unforgettable journey through Barna Mia in picturesque Dryandra Woodland
Barna Mia – http://parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au/site/barna-mia