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Friday, February 05, 2016

Bushy Park Wetlands


Bushy Park Wetlands is a linear section of parkland running along the Dandenong Creek.
Originally this area was timbered with Yarra Gum (Eucalyptus yarraensis) but was cleared by early European settlers. 


Cattle are still being grazed in the northern section to maintain the rural heritage and to manage the quantity of pasture. 



The pix were taken on February 4, 2016 on a 2 km hike along the Dandenong Creek Trail. This started at the end of Highbury Rd.



1 comment:

  1. Howdy Bob, poor old Pelican, just wanted to take a nap!!! Those black moos were not terribly upset at the appearance of the "Orange Flash"!!!! Very nice waterway anyway and excellent photos to boot! Thanks for sharing and best regards! Michael

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