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Nangara Reserve


Nangara Reserve
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Nangara Reserve
Nangara Reserve is a 14 hectare reserve, formerly a quarry, located in 3km south west of Jindivick and adjoining the Bunyip State Park.

Nangara means 'meeting of the waters,' and the reserve forms part of the headwaters to the Labertouche Creek that runs south west to the Tarago River and then the Bunyip River. Indigenous culture is an important part of the reserve and the local area.

The reserve has lots of short tracks (some steep sections) that feature art installations, interpretive signage and access to the Bunyip State Park.

A Black Saturday Memorial can be visited on the Nangara Loop walk within the reserve.

Walks include:
Nangara Loop
Bunyip Jackson Link
Quarry Track
Tatelek Track
Fairy Wren Track
Modes of Transport:Walkers welcome Walking
Distance:SHORT   2km (45 mins) return
Car Parking: Parking available within the reserve off Nangara Road.