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Muogamarra Nature Reserve, Sydney

(4.7/5 based on 10+ reviews on the web)
Muogamarra Nature Reserve is located in Sydney. Muogamarra Nature Reserve is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our world travel planner, Sydney Edition.
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TripAdvisor
  • This reserve is only open to the public in August and September. A family ticket is $25 and $10 per adult. Although a bit steep for the entry fee, the park run mostly by volunteers during this period,...  more »
  • We went to Mugamarra as a group of 5 friends. We thoroughly enjoyed the wildflowers. There were a variety of people with families with small children and seniors. The scenery was spectacular and gives...  more »
  • Book on the internet for the annual opening window of opportunity - only six weeks of the year. This is a unique experience and worth the time to enjoy a rare treat. Guided tour with plenty of special...  more »
Google
  • Only open six weekends a year. Check out the wildflowers and panoramic views mid August to September. I recommend the Peats Crater walk. You need to book to do the Bird Gully guided tour.
  • Mark the open dates in your diary. Well worth a visit. Good range of walks to suit small kids.
  • Always nice lovely bush areas day trip
  • Beautiful, only open a few weeks a year in spring.
  • My husband, my adult daughter and granddaughter had a delightful time at the Nature Reserve doing two walks. The wildflowers were beautiful as were the views over the Hawkesbury. We have lived in the area for several years and this was our first visit and we were thrilled. There were several friendly helpful attendants around to talk with you and to guide you. The only negative was the cost ($35) which we thought was excessive, particularly with local national parks nearby costing $11 with several walks, etc.