Which spaces are preferred by what plants near the Woodland Walk?



Watch this space for a possible re-schedule.

Let’s join local botanist Isobel Crawford on the Black Mountain Woodland Trail to see which spaces are preferred by Brittle Gum, Apple Box, Broad Leaf Peppermint, Red Stringybark trees, False sarsaparilla, Bitterpeas, Parrot Peas and other treasured plants.

The Woodland Walk Flora Interpretation Signage project was supported with funding made available by the ACT Government under the ACT Heritage Grants Program 2016.

Ramble with some steep sections, rough uneven ground, and steps.

Some Books will be for sale.

Woodland Walk Black Mountain logs prevent soil erosion

Black Mountain Nature Reserve — A Special Place
2019 ACT Heritage Festival