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We visited the park on the opening day of the six weekend season. All the volunteers we spoke to were fabulous, they love this park so much, and it rubs off on the visitor!
There were abundant wildflowers, but we could also see lots of...More
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, is a treasure trove of wild flowers...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 plenty of enjoyment for amateur photographers. It costs $25 for a...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 specialised knowledge of this treasure of Australiana.
the reserve is only open with volunteers guiding and educating for six weeks of the year. There are several walks from very easy to a bit challenging. The flowers are always spectacular-waratahs, boronias etc. Lots of info available at the big shed.
I finally took this walk (going solo) on the last weekend in September this year after planning to visit with friends for the last few years. The weather, being wet most of the year, meant that the wildflowers were really at their best - appearing...More
Recently we had the pleasure of doing a couple of walks in the Muogamarra Nature Reserve. The park is only open for six weeks at the end of August and beginning of September and the wildflowers were in full bloom, it was the highlight of...More
A very short drive north of Sydney, it's just spectacular. A great set up manned by lovely volunteers. Everything works well.
You can buy water but there's no food etc facilities and toilets are...well they're as eco-friendly as they can be...which is user-unfriendly to me!...More