A Walk of Discovery in Bald Hill Reserve

Enjoy an autumn nature hike at Bald Hill Reserve in Kyneton and learn about its significance from the Friends of Bald Hill Reserve.
Mt St Marys Ln, Kyneton VIC, Australia

An informal nature work led by the Friends of Bald Hill Reserve as part of the Macedon Ranges Autumn Festival.

You’ll walk along the network of paths through the Grassy Valley Peppermint Forest, up to the Granite Peak Trail, then to the top of Bald Hill itself, which is a volcanic cone consisting of grassy, basalt woodland with views to Mt Macedon and Kyneton. Learn about the significance of the reserve including its flora, fauna and geological values from passionate and knowledgeable locals in the Friends of the Bald Hill Reserve group.

The walk is available to a maximum of 20 people. Participants must register with Carolyn Robb at kynetonfobhr@gmail.com.

Time: 10am – 12pm

Dates:  Sunday 27 March and Wednesday 30 March (weather permitting)

Address for the starting point is via Mt St Mary’s Lane, off Pipers Creek Road.

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