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  • North Creek Walk, Strathbogie Forest
    Then dive into the steep gully of the cascading North Creek, deep in the unspoiled Strathbogie Forest.
  • Roadsides – critical habitat for native wildflowers
    Whether it’s in the Strathbogie Ranges, or on the nearby riverine plains, roadsides and associated small reserves (of which there are a surprising number, see below) are some of the last refuges for the stunning wildflowers that once occurred across the landscape. Human activity now so dominates our region, that these narrow strips of nature […]
  • The Old Weir Walk, Boho
    This idyllic walk will take you along Honeysuckle Creek above the confluence with Harrys Creek and upstream of a weir prettily spanning a narrow ravine.
  • Farm dam to farm wetland: 2
    This is the second of our demonstration videos. It features the transformation of an un-fenced, shallow dam at Warrenbayne. This video is part of the Farm Dams for threatened Woodlands project, delivered by the Strathbogie Ranges CMN in 2012-14 and was supported by the Victorian Government. The project overview can be found here.

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