Visit Nardoo Hills

Last updated 20 Mar 2018 
Gold dust wattle. Photo Jeroen van Veen.
Gold dust wattle. Photo Jeroen van Veen.

Mon 10 September 2018

Sun 14 October 2018

In one of Australia’s most heavily cleared states, the Nardoo Hills Reserves, which support more than 110 bird species and diverse vegetation communities, are a vital refuge for native species.

A juvenile rufous whistler. Photo Jeroen van Veen.
A juvenile rufous whistler. Photo Jeroen van Veen.
The four properties that make up the Nardoo Hills group of reserves collectively protect a significant amount of high value native vegetation, and are a haven for declining woodland birds such as the Hooded Robin, Diamond Firetail and Brown Treecreeper. Bush Heritage is working to reverse the decline of these species and reconnect the natural ecosystems of this region, together with the local community and partner organisations.

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.
The best way to absorb this landscape is on foot, so don’t forget your picnic lunch and walking shoes!

Register now!

Bookings are essential. Limited spaces are available.

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

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

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