RIV01 Dog Rocks, Moorabool River

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RIV01 Dog Rocks, Moorabool River

Dog Rocks Reserve Moorabool River Walking Track This Fluker Post is located beside a popular water hole along the Moorabool River Walking track in Dog Rocks Reserve near Batesford. Supported by the City of Greater Geelong, the local Landcare group and the community, this is a site of ongoing ecological restoration on land leased from the Dog Rocks Flora and Fauna Sanctuary. The focus of restoration work has been on managing weed species and supplementary planting with native species along the River’s edge. In the long-term, this reserve will continue to support an ever increasing array of native flora and fauna while being a beautiful place enjoyed by the community.

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