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There are in fact three Reserves here and are easy to explore on foot. I'd suggest in the hot weather you wear solid footwear because of snakes.
Note that there are no barbecues, picnic tables or toilets. If you need these facilities then head to...More
Used the internal tracks for jogging while I was there. It was just bush with some tracks through it, but that's what I like. About 3.5k around the perimeter. It is fenced and gated to protect the wildlife within, which I only saw Roos which...More
Gresswell Nature Reserve is actually three interlinked wildlife habitats of over 70 hectares in area. The largest, Gresswell Forest is accessible via a number of entry points in Greensborough and Macleod. It is incorrect to describe this area as parkland, it it is a significant...More
We have visited here may times over the years and have never been disappointed - but we have been lucky to see kangaroos each time. We have even seen joeys still in the pouches which was extremely exciting for our overseas visitors. The reserve is...More
The Gresswell Nature Reserve is actually a series of reserves adjoining Latrobe University. There are many access points and some lead to wide, easy walking tracks, while others have steep slopes and are overgrown. Most "gates" would not admit a wheelchair, so you could say...More