Environment Park Subotopic Layout
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River Red Gum and Yellow Box trees are scattered throughout the woodland. Messmate, Manna Gum and Red Stringybark occupy the mountainous section of the Park. Yarra Gum and Manna Gum line the watercourses and Shiny Tea-tree, Veined Beard-heath and Langi Ghiran Grevillea grow on the higher peaks.
Eastern Grey Kangaroos inhabit the woodland and can often be seen from the roads. Echidnas, wallabies and a variety of birds are found throughout the park. Powerful Owls inhabit the northern and eastern slopes and Wedge-tailed Eagles are often seen soaring the higher peaks.
07 Mar 2014
Parks Victoria has reopened two more Mallee parks ahead of the forthcoming Labour Day Long Weekend. Wyperfeld National Park and Lake Albacutya Park will reopen from today, however North West District Manager Dale Antonysen says a number of road closures will be in place throughout both parks. “Parks Victoria staff…