Tour Nardoo Hills

Author image Katrina Blake
Last updated: Thursday 23 March, 2017

Sun 17 Sep OR Sat 14 Oct 2017 (10:30am–3:30pm)

Reserve Manager Jeroen van Veen admires a Yellow Gum at the Barnett Block. Photo Peter Morris.
Reserve Manager Jeroen van Veen admires a Yellow Gum at the Barnett Block. Photo Peter Morris.
Bring your picnic and put on your walking shoes as exploring on foot is the best way to absorb the delights of Nardoo Hills Reserves.

Our Victorian Reserves Manager, Jeroen Van Veen, has been managing these properties for 8 years and has a detailed knowledge of every corner of these reserves and what makes them special. He'll share with you the challenges and triumphs, and take you to some of his favourite spots to explain our conservation work.

A juvenile rufous whistler. Photo Jeroen van Veen.
A juvenile rufous whistler. Photo Jeroen van Veen.
The Nardoo Hills Reserves comprise four blocks of land that support a diversity of vegetation communities, including grey box grassy woodland, box-ironbark forests and mallee. They also provide vital habitat for a range of wildlife, particularly nationally declining woodland birds.

Gold dust wattle. Photo Jeroen van Veen.
Gold dust wattle. Photo Jeroen van Veen.
Location

Nardoo Hills is in north-central Victoria, about 12km north of Wedderburn (15 minute drive), 100km north-west of Bendigo (1.15 hour drive), 210km north-west of Melbourne (3 hour drive) and 35km south-east of Charlton (30 minute drive).

Booking

These tours are FREE, although we'd greatly welcome donations towards them.

Bookings are essential. Limited spaces are available – register below. Saturday 14 October is fully booked and only waiting list places remain.

Contact Katrina Blake on (03) 8610 9124 or kblake@bushheritage.org.au if you have any follow up questions.

Register now!

Bookings are managed during business hours Monday to Friday (AEST) and may take 48 hours to confirm.

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