Posted 01st March 2021 by Pillar Property
Bidjigal reserve is a much loved local oasis, that covers an area of 300 hectares right in the heart of the Hills.
The reserve is home to 370 native plants and 140 native animals and you can’t help but feel that you could be in a north Queensland rainforest with the the towering forest, sheer cliffs, sparkling creeks and sheltered rainforest gullies. Your sensors will be delighted as the reserve is alive with noise, colour, and movement from birds, mammals, reptiles and insects.
The reserve has several walking tracks, from the shortest Platypus circuit (3.7km’s) to the longest Murri-Yana Track (11.4km’s) for those who want a harder workout.
For those new to the area, it’s a must visit for the entire family.
The $500,000 grant is part of the NSW Government’s COVID-19 stimulus program and will be spent on bushland restoration, upgrades to walking trails, signage and stormwater infrastructure.