Join members of the Wodonga Urban Landcare Network as Parklands ranger Danny Jones leads this casual Walk ‘n Talk into the beautiful Baranduda Bush crown reserve.
Baranduda Parklands is rich and diverse in native flora and fauna. Many native animals, woodland birds, and native shrubs, trees and wildflowers call this area home. The views are also spectacular.
Learn about the restoration work that has been done over the years to restore and improve this important habitat for threatened species.
This is an easy bush walk on earthen tracks in undulating – but not particularly steep – country. We will walk approx. 2km in total.
Please dress for the weather including hat, long pants and covered shoes. Morning tea provided, so leave time for a cuppa and chat after the walk.
All are welcome. No cost. Please let us know you’re coming – register here.
Directions to Meeting place: From Baranduda Bvd, turn into Howards Rd, park at the Fire Access track to walk into the Reserve (see map). Look for the Landcare banner.
This event is supported by the Victorian Government.