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Nangara Reserve – Short

Distance: Approx. 2km

Time: I spent 30mins here

Difficulty: Easy

Toilets: No

Pram Friendly: Yes – there is only a couple of stairs on the Frog Track

Pet Friendly: Yes

This is a wonderful reserve with so many different things spread throughout. There’s no right or wrong way to go around this reserve, just wander throughout as you find all the different sculptures and art pieces.



Getting there: It’s about a 5-minute drive from Jindivick. Located off Jackson’s Track, down Nangara Rd. It wasn’t terribly hard to find but google maps can help you out ( it will be pinned on my map page.



As you start out from the car park there are painted bollards along the side of the walk. They are amazingly well done and look awesome. There is also a Black Saturday memorial just after you start too.



If you want to go on certain tracks I would suggest taking a photo of the map before you start and then you can see where you are. On the map there are red and yellow tracks.

Red Track – Walkers Only

Yellow Track – Shared Track – Walkers, Bikes and Horses

The tracks are very well done and well signed. At every junction you come to there is a pole with coloured arrows and the track name on it.



Make sure you walk up the Quarry Track there are heaps of statues up there which is pretty cool and definitely something a little different.



This was a lovely area to wander around and it seems that around every corner there is a surprise and something you don’t expect.



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The Gippy Explorer enjoying the sights and discovering what the Gippsland region has to offer.