We liked Dryandra Woodland very much. Some people told us that there was nothing there. As for amenities, they are correct - no shops or hotels, no electricity or showers at your campsite, but that is what bush camping is all about. It was quiet and secluded. There are two excellent and interpretive drives around the park, one has an audio tour to listen to on your FM radio and another with signposts at key stops. There are hikes and walking trails with aboriginal or settler history or facts about animals or nature on plaques to discover. Below is an old rail siding along an abandoned track come hiking trail.
In the Dyandra Woodland there are also Mallee Fowl. An interesting bird that doesn't parent it's young. The male gathers vegetation from the nearby area to make a very large mound. He calls the female who lays eggs in the huge nest. The fermenting vegetation and warmth of the sun keeps the eggs at the right temperature until they hatch and dig themselves out and fend for themselves thereafter.
The second night we had a thunderstorm and rain, but morning cleared to let us take down camp and drive to our next destination - Wave Rock.