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Raglan Bushland Reserve

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Trengoves Track, Chute VIC 3373

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Features

  • Bushwalking
  • Wildflowers during spring
  • Great place to spot wildlife
The Raglan Bushland Reserve is a quiet patch of bushland in Chute, between Raglan and Lexton. The reserve features a large patch of bush surrounded by farmland, and a seasonal dam/wetland area. This is a great area to spot wildlife, and during spring to early summer there are an abundance of pretty wildflowers. 

Trengoves Track travels through the reserve, but it is very vague and best travelled by foot - it is quite uneven and there are multiple trees down over the road throughout the reserve. Please close the gate after you when entering and exiting the Raglan Bushland Reserve. 

Be wary of snakes during the warmer months. 

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DID YOU KNOW...

  • Bushwalking is an excellent way to get outdoors and exploring nature.
 

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