Koondoola Regional Bushland (KRB) is a 137-hectare remnant bushland site of the Swan Coastal Plain in Western Australia, particularly important for social, ecological economic and cultural reasons.
KRB is roughly quadrangular with maximum extensions N-S and W-E of ≈1.7 Km and 1.2 Km, respectively. The reserve has a network of walking trails, of various width, linearity, evenness, clearance, ground firmness etc. Some of these trails may be used by relatively small vehicles for emergency response. KRB is surrounded by a densely populated area, 15 km from the Perth CBD. Residential areas border the western and northern sides, with industrial/commercial precincts found to the South-West. The site also features a community centre, and a Water Pump Station.