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Deep Lead Flora and Fauna Reserve

Deep Lead Flora and Fauna Reserve

Located in Stawell, Victoria, Deep Lead Flora and Fauna Reserve is a nature conservation site that is home to many species, some of which are endangered.

The reserve plays an important role in the conservation of the bio-diverse species located in Victoria. One of the most notable things about the reserve is that it preserves 21 endangered species, three of which are not located anywhere else in the world, thus making this reserve a unique attraction.

Deep Lead Flora and Fauna Reserve – Nature Park, Grampians VIC

Nature enthusiasts will be enthralled to learn that in addition to the endangered species within the reserve, there are hundreds of native plants which has the effect of creating a lush landscape. Wildflowers thrive in the reserve, and when they bloom, they make for a vibrant and beautiful location. Visitors who enjoy nature walks will certainly savour the splendour of the Deep Lead Flora and Fauna Reserve.

There are a number of walking and cycling tracks at the Deep Lead Flora and Fauna Reserve. The McCann Dam Nature Walk stretches for 2 kilometres and offers excellent picnic sites along the way. The Three Jacks Nature Walk is slightly shorter and measures just a kilometre.

Bird watchers will find the flora and fauna reserve the place to be. Visitors who enjoy bird watching should look out for the sulfur-crested cockatoos, corellas, parrots and different species of honeyeaters.

There is also a variety of wildlife, so visitors can spot swamp wallabies, grey kangaroos and the squirrel glider, whose species is listed as endangered. The relatively common sugar glider is easy to spot at dusk when the nocturnal marsupials come out to feed.

With so much to do at the Deep Lead Flora and Fauna Reserve, visitors will love spending some time at this amazing reserve.

Address
Western Hwy
Deep Lead, VIC

Operating Hours
24 hours

Phone
13 19 63

Ticket Prices / Admission
Free

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