Treasures of the ACT Region series

 

Learn about the natural and cultural heritage in your local area through the Conservation Council ACT Region’s Treasures of the ACT Region series of booklets. The booklets describe the beautiful places to visit and are the perfect size to take with you while exploring. They provide useful tips on enjoying outdoor activities such as biking, bushwalking, birdwatching, swimming, picnics and photography and even include a field guide of plants and animals you are likely to spot. Why not pick up a copy and begin exploring the special places near you!

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Gungahli
n’s Treasures

 

 

Did you know that Mulligans Flat is a fascinating place and one of the best spots for birdwatching in the ACT or that the Gungahlin Homestead was central to the tragic stories of  two early settlement families?  Gungahlin’s Treasures describes the rich natural and cultural treasures of the Gungahlin region. Find out more by buying your copy today!

 

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Belconnen’s Treasures

Have you explored the “frost-hollow” site on Aranda Bushland? Do you know the best spots to take walks, spot wildlife or witness an amazing display of wildflowers in spring? Belconnen’s Treasures, with maps, images and a field guide, describes the beautiful and cultural treasures of the Belconnen region with tips to explore it first hand. Get your copy today!

 

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Tuggeranong’s Treasures

Do you want know the best site to spot the delicate  Purple Pea? Tuggeranong’s Treasures describes the beautiful natural and cultural sites of the Tuggeranong Valley such as Farrer Ridge, Cooleman Ridge, Tuggeranong Homestead and many more. The booklet will help you understand and appreciate these special treasures and has hints on the best places to explore in the Tuggeranong Valley. Get your copy today!

 

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Majura’s Treasures

Majura’s Treasures describes the special natural places in northeast Canberra. Did you know that Mt Majura is one of the prominent places to spot a Glossy Black-Cockatoo? Or that Mts Ainslie and Majura provided pathways for Aboriginal people? Find out more about the wildlife you can spot, the important treasures preserved in these places and the opportunities for recreation in them. Order your copy of Majura’s Treasures today!

 

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