Badjaling Nature Reserve is a nature reserve managed by the Department of Parks and Wildlife, located at Badjaling, Quairading. It is a 272-hectare (672-acre) reserve of native bushland.
Vegetation consists of shrubland, woodland, a complex of halophytes occurring in a saline watercourse, and a small amount of heath . The woodland is mostly composed of low, shrublike trees of Banksia and Xylomelum. A 1980 survey recorded 111 plant species in the reserve. but this did not include the endangered Banksia cuneata (Quairading Banksia), which was discovered there in 1971 but not published until 1981.