The Wellington Road Travelling Stock Route (TSR) is a spectacular sight. This reserve lines the road corridor along the Renshaw McGirr Way heading to Wellington and contains a number of environmental features and assets. The site is Box-Gum Grassy Woodland – an Endangered Ecological Community (EEC). Reserves such as this are often the last remaining examples of common woodlands, grasslands, shrublands and contain important habitat for wildlife such as mature hollow trees and understory plants. Aboriginal and European cultural heritage features are also commonly found. Join Central West Local Land Services staff and Mikla Lewis as they explore this beautiful native bushland.
RSVP by Friday 12 May
To secure your place and assist with catering, please RSVP noting any dietary requirements to: Chris Robinson, Ph: 0424 435 363 or via email email@example.com
Where? Wellington Road TSR (North east of Parkes)
Cost: FREE (Morning tea will be provided)
Getting there: Head north 10kms along the Renshaw McGirr Way from Parkes. Turn left at Terrill Rd into the reserve. Look for the field day signs.
What to bring?
• Sturdy walking shoes
• Sunscreen & a hat
• Chair for morning tea
• Plants for identification (include leaves, flowers/seed head)