Captain’s Gully Rd

Captain’s Gully Road runs south from the Pyrenees Highway through the Sandon State Forest across to Strathlea. Travelling along the road takes you through a variety of habitat types including Box-Ironbark Forest , Low-rises Grassy Woodland and Heathy Dry Forest. It is a good place to see a variety of woodland and forest birds at all times of the year. Click here for directions. To view recent bird lists click here.

Ploughshare Wattle

Ploughshare Wattle (Acacia gunnii) - leaves and pods

One response to “Captain’s Gully Rd

  1. i’ve read somewhere that Rainbow Bee-eaters are seen at Sandon State Forest. Is there anywhere on public land that they can be seen?

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