Muogamarra Nature Reserve, just north of Sydney, only opens for six weekends of the year, preserving its fragile ecosystems and Aboriginal cultural heritage. The 2019 season kicks off on Saturday 10th August and runs until Sunday 15th September.

Muogamarra is famous for its incredible wildflowers which bloom in all their multi-coloured glory every spring. It’s also home to native animals including echidnas, wedge-tailed eagles, and the iconic lyrebird.

Fancy a visit? Join a guided Discovery tour with the reserve’s passionate volunteers or head out for a self-guided stroll on the Muogamarra Aboriginal Heritage Walk.

muogamarra nature reserve, grevillia, grey spider flower, nsw, photo by Tim Ashelford

Grey Spider Flowers at Muogamarra Nature Reserve | Photo by Tim Ashelford

A $15 fee for adults applies during the six annual open weekends with child/concession priced at $10, family $40 (2 adults, 2 children). Hot tip: carry cash unless you fancy a u-turn to the nearest ATM.

 

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Feature photo by NSW Parks


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