Edward Hunter Bush Reserve Moe
Edward Hunter Bush Reserve
The Edward Hunter Bush Reserve is a tranquil bush reserve located in the township of Moe and is home to native wildlife and rich native forest, ferns and native orchids.
Walking tracks lead you through the reserve to a lake, with viewing platforms. There are a number of walking tracks, ranging from 700m to approximately 5km.
You can enjoy a picnic and watch the ducks on the lake or try your luck at fishing and throw in a line.
The Reserve is approximately 58 square hectares and is one of the largest patches of native remnant vegetation in the foothills of the Strzelecki Ranges in the Latrobe Valley. It is bounded by Coalville Road to the east, Borrmans Street to the south and Wirraway Street to the west and Service and Dwyer Roads to the northwest. To the north is the Princes Highway. There is also a small section on the eastern side of Coalville Road.
The main entrance to the Reserve is located on Coalville Road. Visitors have access to two carparks, and there is a covered seating area, a map of the Reserve and information about the plants and animals you can find within the Reserve. On the northern side of the lake is a rotunda, adjacent to the main entrance.
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