Walk the Nurragi Conservation Reserve following the old Sandergrove to Milang railway line surrounded by native vegetation.
Friends of Nurragi invite you to walk the Nurragi Conservation Reserve trail on Sunday 30th April.
Choose from 3.7km, 6.9km, 11km or the full 12.4km. Starting at Milang, a complimentary bus will drop you off at your chosen start point, and accompanied by a Friends of Nurragi guide, make your way back to Milang. Afterwards refresh and rejuvenate with a free BBQ lunch.
The Nurragi Conservation Reserve is a former railway corridor between Sandergrove and Milang. It is now a significant wildlife corridor with over 50 rare or threatened flora species and many bird species have been observed. The Reserve is one of the last stands of native vegetation in the district and is cared for by the Friends of Nurragi, a volunteer group that undertake on-ground works to conserve the natural values of the Reserve.
Please note there are no facilities along the Reserve, so ensure you bring sufficient drinking water, wear appropriate footwear, be SunSmart and bring some extra snacks if you may need them.
- Meet for 10.15am at Port Milang Railway Museum, Daranda Terrace, Milang. There is sufficient car parking available at the site.
- The bus will depart Milang at 10.30am and drop walkers off at each of the allocated starting points.