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Natural Treasures

10. Dabyminga Creek Bushland Reserve

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Dabyminga Creek Bushland Reserve is one of the least known of the Natural Treasures. It includes a 60ha linear creekline reserve running north and south from Davis Road with dry forest ridges with wildflowers and sheltered grassy floodplains. Downstream, a wide 120ha area includes the forested lower slopes Brown Range and Spring Gully cutting through to Dabyminga Creek. An old vehicle track runs through grassy woodlands with many lovely older trees on the floodplain of Dabyminga Creek. Access is from Broadford via Marchbanks and Davis Road.

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