We had intended to do a loop walk but there were so many plants we only got a quarter of the way along and it was time to turn around again.

The list of 69 species included a flowering grasstree, bluebells, lobelia, billy buttons, and lots of flowering grasses.

Identifying plants
Identifying plants

There was good recruitment of new plants throughout the area. Unfortunately there was quite a lot of Bluebell Creeper – a site for a future working bee.

The track was well used by bikes and alternative tracks have been added. It was an enjoyable morning in a very attractive area and people appreciated visiting an area not frequented so often.

Alison Watson

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Tue 9:30am - 11:00am

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