This walk is a not to be missed opportunity!
Devilbend Natural Features Reserve is a 1,005-ha park in the traditional country of the Bunurong people. It contains two decommissioned water-supply reservoirs, Devilbend and Bittern, which were the original reason the land now in the park was not developed.
Devilbend is one of just a few sites on the Peninsula containing significant areas of remnant native vegetation. Over 200 species of indigenous plants have been recorded in and around the reserve, including trees, shrubs, ground plants, aquatics, orchids and their associated communities.
We are extremely fortunate to have The Group Leader from The Crew at Daangean, Hansi Wegner to guide us through a section of the reserve. Hansi will explain to us the significance of the area in regards to flora and fauna, their turtle and nesting monitoring program, shoreline habitat improvement and how their crew is helping to increase the diversity of the native under-storey flora species.