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This small 1,500 square metre remnant reserve comprising a box-stringybark woodland-yellow box vegetation community is managed by Banyule's Bushland Management Unit with assistance from local volunteers. If you are interested in helping out, join the Friends of Montmorency Bushlands.
There are indigenous wildflowers throughout the reserve, as well as many species of indigenous grasses, trees and shrubs. Many native birds use this reserve as a stopover on their journey to and from the Plenty River and to many other bushland reserves in Montmorency. Tawny frogmouths have been sighted.
Common ringtail possum
Gold dust wattle
Spreading flax lily
13 Wooded Way, Montmorency 3094 View Map
13 Wooded Way ,
What we are doing to protect the bushland habitats that provide refuge for our indigenous biodiversity.