|RESERVE||Tinderbox Hills Reserve|
|DESCRIPTION||Located in the hills above Tinderbox, access is via Estuary Road, Blackmans Bay. This reserve is a good place to experience the threatened plant community, grassy Blue gum forest and do some bird watching. Colonies of the threatened Forty-spotted Pardalote occur in patches of white gums, threatened Swift parrots may potentially be seen feeding in the Blue gums in spring and summer as well as bush birds year round.|
Dogs are prohibited from July to March due to Wedge-tailed eagle nesting season. Dogs are restricted to on lead and on formed tracks only from April to June.
Access to this reserve is via Estuary Road, Blackmans Bay .
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|TRACKS AND TRAILS||Tinderbox Hills Track - Click to view map and extract|