McLeods Creek Nature Reserve
7 April, 2018 @ 11:00 am - 8 April, 2018 @ 12:30 pm
Mcleods Creek Nature Reserve was established in 2010 to protect a rare remnant of box-gum woodland, of which only 5% remains. Even though largely cleared for agriculture, the resultant grassland is a valuable opportunity to protect and recover this endangered community. Please join us to view native grasses and groundcover species, and discuss restoration techniques applied at the reserve.
Free Entry. Guided walks led by Ranger Susannah Power will be held at 11 am each day, with a duration of 1.5 hours, and the option of early return.
Directions: At the Northern end of Gundaroo, turn right up Rosamel street. Then bear left up Marked Tree road for 2.44 km until you see the Open Garden signs on the right.
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All gardens are open from 10am to 4pm Saturday and Sunday.
Garden entry is free for members, and members don't need to book.
Visitor booking and entry:
Garden entry is $10.00 for visitors 18 years and over.
Special pricing may apply to some openings.
Visitors can use the Eventbrite link in the garden description above to book and pay for their tickets.
Join Open Gardens Canberra for only $30 and all gardens are free for the membership year (to end June).