Monjepbup Reserve is a 20.63 km2 nature reserve 140 km north-east of Albany, It is owned and managed by Bush Heritage Australia (BHA), by which 9.56 km2 of it was purchased in 2005, with another 11.07 km2 in 2010, and forms part of BHA’s Gondwana Link project.
The Monjebup, Monjebup North and Red Moort (formerly Monjebup Creek) reserves protect a significant patch of bushland that's critical to restoring the heavily cleared landscape between WA's Stirling Ranges and Fitzgerald River National Parks. Conservation work is an important counterbalance to decades of land clearing in the area and supports the Gondwana Link project, to restore a 1,000km swathe of bushland from Western Australia's southwest to the edge of the Nullarbor Plain. The restored bush will add to the importance of the Monjebup Reserves as havens for the vulnerable Malleefowl and Western Whipbird, Carnaby's Cockatoo and the Tammar Wallaby.
The landscape is diverse, including upland duplex soils, breakaway complexes, sandplains, rocky slopes, hilltops and creeks. Its vegetation communities include mallee, heath, Eucalyptus and Casuarina woodlands, Melaleuca along creeks, Acacia acuminata woodland and Dryandra heath.
Animals either recorded, or expected to be present, on the reserve include malleefowl, western whipbird, Carnaby’s cockatoo, western mouse, black-gloved wallaby, carpet python, crested bellbird and tammar wallaby. The habitat could support chuditch, red-tailed phascogale, honey possum, western pygmy possum and common brushtail possum