Bookings are essential – confirm your spot on one of the several walks by rsvp : www.alburycity.nsw.gov.au/wildflower
The Nail Can Hill Wildflower Walk is back again this year. During Springtime Nail Can Hill is one of the most spectacular areas for Wildflowers in the Albury region. This event is a wonderful opportunity to experience the distinctive beauty of the Nail Can Hill wildflowers and this special woodland, right on Albury’s doorstep.
Free Guided walks with local Wildflower specialists will be available for various levels of adventure – with 40 minutes, 1.5 hours and children’s activities all available.
Join our local wildflower specialists as they identify the flowers including chocolate lilies, which are Cadbury purple in colour and really do have a chocolaty vanilla-like scent; yellow paper daisies; white milkmaids; exquisite native orchids and many more. Don’t miss your change to explore these beauties whilst they are out in full bloom.
Note: Due to a high interest the 2018 Nail Can Hill Wildflower Walk the guided walk options are now fully booked out, however you are still very welcome to attend, enjoy our free barbecue, talk a self-guided walk amongst the wildflowers along twister trail or attend our Wiradjuri Bush Stories session.
Kids Ranger activity – 10.00am to 11.00am
Kids can join staff from AlburyCity’s Vegetation Management team to explore the flowers, bugs and other fun stuff on Nail Can Hill. Suits rangers 6-12 years old. A parent or guardian must remain with the group at all times. Places limited to 15 children, don’t miss your chance to miss a spot – NOW FULLY BOOKED
Self- Guided Wildflower Walk
Follow the signs long Twister Trail and explore the wildflowers at your own pace. Experience the distinctive beauty of the Nail Can Hill wildflowers and this special woodland, right on Albury’s doorstep. This self-guided tour will be available from 11am on the day of the Wildflower Walk and will continue throughout the entire month of October. The trail will be updated regularly throughout this period as different flowers come into bloom. Wildflowers you may experience during your walk include the golden yellow colours of the various wattle species, chocolate lilies, which are purple in colour and really do have a chocolaty vanilla-like scent; yellow paper daisies; white milkmaids; exquisite native orchids and many more. Don’t miss your chance to see these beauties whilst they’re all out in full bloom.
Wiradjuri Bush Stories – 11.00am to 12.00pm
Join local Wiradjuri people to hear stories told to them by their Elders. Set at the wildflower walk meeting point, no bookings required for this activity.
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