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Coranderrk Bushland Reserve

Coranderrk Bushland Reserve is a unique forested area in Healesville, known for its native vegetation, diverse flora and fauna and rich culture.

One of the best features of the reserve is Badger Creek which flows through the reserve and helps the flora and fauna to flourish.

Coranderrk Bushland Reserve Healesville, Victoria

Set over 142 hectares and nestled close to Healesville Sanctuary, Coranderrk Bushland Reserve is managed by Zoo’s Victoria who have a vision of restoring an ecological balance to the bush land and protecting the 264 species of birds, mammals, reptiles, frogs and fish that live within the reserve.

The majority of the vegetation at Coranderrk Bushland Reserve is bush. Due to encroachment by modern advancements in the area, public access to the reserve is strictly prohibited.

If you want to see Australian wildlife in its natural environment, check out Healesville Sanctuary which is located right next door. With a focus on conservation, the Sanctuary is committed to fighting wildlife extinction and promotes sustainability within the park. There are many animal exhibits that visitors can see, as well as wildlife shows and keeper demonstrations which are FREE with the cost of your admission.

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Address
Badger Avenue
Badger Creek, VIC

Operating Hours
No public access permitted

Phone
(03) 9340 2751

Email
[email protected]

Ticket Prices / Admission
Free

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