Reef Hills State Park, Benalla

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Reef Hills State Park is a protected area of 2013 hectares, about 5 km south-west of Benalla, in the north east of Victoria, Australia. There are traces of a mining activity from the gold rush. It was established in 1986.EnvironmentThe park is home to more than 17 mammal species and 100 bird species. It is part of the Warby-Chiltern Box-Ironbark Region Important Bird Area, identified as such by BirdLife International because of its importance for the conservation of Box-Ironbark forest ecosystems and several species of threatened woodland birds dependent on them.
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  • Great views, great walking tracks, but it was wett, so we could not take the best advantage of them. Easy to get to from Benalla.  more »
  • Our birdwatchers group went here recently. We got 43 birds for the day, including a rose robin and white browed babblers. Lovely bush area with good understorey. It turned on a beautiful day for us to...  more »
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  • Great spot I have been here many times.. It is up a gravel road in a state forest.. Most times I have been the only van here..A little dodgy on windy days as there are over hanging trees..
  • great for photos of birds
  • Free camping great spot
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