Boronia Hills Reserve

Natural Areas Network

RESERVEBoronia Hills Reserve 
LOCATIONKingston
DESCRIPTIONBoronia Hill is within walking distance of central Kingston and accessed via Hutchins Street or Jindabyne Road. This bushland reserve displays good examples of threatened plant communities; black peppermint on sandstone forest and silver peppermint on sediments forest. Many native herbs and ground orchids occur in the reserve including tiny mosquito orchids, greenhoods, bird orchids, tiger orchids and the threatened Tailed spider-orchid (Caladenia caudata).
FEATURES
PARKING

There are multiple access points to this reserve.
Street parking available via Hutchins Street and the end of Jindabyne Road.

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LANDCARE/VOLUNTEER GROUP
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
TRACKS AND TRAILSBoronia Hill Flora Track - Click to access map and extract from Kingborough's Tracks - For walkers, horse riders and cyclists (6th Edition 42 Tracks).