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Principally a grassy woodland, Mount Alexander has a native vegetation over-storey of Manna Gum, Messmate, Long-leaved Box and Yellow Box over a ground story of native grasses, herbs and forbs. Blackwood and lightwood add dashes of yellow during spring, whilst interesting moss beds catch the sunlight on the granite rock shelves.


Keep your eyes on the Manna Gums, with their distinctive smooth textures and hanging ribbons of bark, you may spot a koala.

Other fauna include:

  • Black-tailed Wallabies
  • Eastern Grey Kangaroos
  • Echidnas
  • Brushtail and Ringtail Possums
  • Sugar gliders.

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