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Sun, 28 July


Camp Hill

Whites Hill Reserve Bushwalk

Whites Hill Reserve Bushwalk
Whites Hill Reserve Bushwalk

Time & Location

28 July 2024, 7:40 am – 9:30 am

Camp Hill, Corner of Jones Road & Kildare Street, CARINA

About the Event

Join us for a leisurely bushwalk through Whites Hill Reserve. It's a slow, relaxed walk and we really look forward to meeting you.

We will be keeping an eye out for koalas, as they are frequently spotted along the way. Additionally, we'll be on the lookout for various bird species, native bees, intriguing fungi, and unique plants.

We'll be gathering at the intersection of Kildare Street and Jones Road in Carina. Participation is free, but please remember to register in advance.

Please note that due to the nature of the terrain, this walk is not suitable for strollers or prams. Remember to bring your own insect repellent and water bottle, and dress appropriately with a hat and closed-toe shoes. Dogs are welcome but must be kept on a lead.

For any inquiries, feel free to contact Heather at or call 3398 8003 or 0410 840 343.

Whites Hill Reserve is a crucial area of bushland, supporting diverse vegetation communities such as eucalypt forests and dry rainforests. Notably, Sankey's Scrub, a significant remnant of dry rainforest within the reserve, is home to rare plant species including Shirley’s tuckeroo, Queensland macadamia nut, prickly snake vine, and white beech.

The reserve's varied habitats provide sanctuary to a wide range of wildlife. Fauna surveys have revealed an impressive array of species, with 62% of Brisbane's mammals, 18% of reptiles, 33% of amphibians, and 27% of birds identified within its boundaries. This remarkable biodiversity is particularly notable given the reserve's modest size of just 170 hectares.

This event is hosted by Whites   Hill - Pine Mountain Community Group Inc.

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