Ollerton Avenue Bush Reserve

Ollerton Avenue Bush Reserve

The Ollerton Avenue Bush Reserve is located in the north-east of the Moe township, the main entrance to this Reserve is located at the Ollerton Avenue roundabout, where you will find a sign that provides an overview of the walking tracks you can follow.

The Ollerton Avenue Bushland Reserve is a 10-hectare patch of Gippsland Plains Grassy Forest. The Reserve features more than 120 native flora species within a framework of Eucalypts that include Peppermints (Eucalyptus radiata), Messmate (Eucalyptus obliqua), and Stringybark (Eucalyptus sp.). There are also numerous understory shrubs, native grasses and ground covers. It is said that you can find a native orchid or lily in flower all through the year because of the rich diversity within the Reserve; to date, 75 species have been recorded. As well, there are numerous fungi that can be spotted throughout the cooler months.

Birdwatchers enjoy visiting this Reserve as there is a surprising range of species, many passing on a migration path and stopping in this fertile piece of bushland.

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