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Natural Treasures

24. Hidden Valley Rail Reserve

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Hidden Valley Rail Reserve is at the top of the final climb on the old Heathcote railway across the Great Divide and is the site of the old Leslie Siding. The line was opened in 1890 and closed in 1968. Native vegetation survived the rail era and has now recovered to create a lovely bushland reserve with many different trees and shrubs and a rich diversity of grasses and wildflowers. The old rail easement is providing great opportunities for botanists, walkers and cyclists.

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