Wallaby Gully Wildflower Walk , Sunday, 16th October 2011, 10.00am start, Longwood East The Strathbogie Ranges Conservation Management Network invites you to explore the mossy rock terraces of the Wallaby Gully Flora Reserve at Upton-Hill near Longwood East and Ruffy .This ‘hidden gem’ supports a diverse range of plants specific to rocky outcrops in the Strathbogie Ranges,
Micromyrtus ciliata , Acacia lanigera, Dononaea boroniifolia plus plenty of orchids & lilies. New species are discovered on every visit. Bring your lunch, camera, plant ID books & binoculars.
Easy walking (approx 3kms) over rocky slopes . Meet us at 10.00am at the Wallaby Gully Flora Reserve on Upton Rd. LongwoodEast.RSVP/ContactJanet Hagen 03 5790 4268 or 0458904268 or firstname.lastname@example.orgThis activity is supported by the Strathbogie Ranges Conservation Management Network through funding from the Australian Government’s Caring for our Country initiative.