HK Fry Reserve-National Trust

Point Of Interest

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This a beautiful remnant stringy-bark forest. HK Fry Reserve comprises 3.6ha on Lots 63 and 65 Heath Road, Crafers, just west of Waverley Ridge Road. The steep slopes of the reserve form part of the Hills Face Zone. It was a gift from Dr Henry Kenneth Fry in March 1959. The access track from Heath Road was donated by Mrs F Cornell in September 1959. Pedestrian access into the reserve from Heath Road is currently via a rough bush track. Dogs are not allowed in this reserve. No camping or overnight parking.

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Lat: -35.002893 Lng: 138.698574

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Lovely walk down a zig zag dirt path through Stringy Barks and flowers


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