Celebrate the spring flowering on beautiful Black Mountain with a social ramble for wildflower lovers
Belconnen Way entry just before Caswell Drive turnoff - watch for balloons
Celebrate the spring flowering on beautiful Black Mountain with a social ramble for wildflower lovers in the tradition established by Nancy Burbidge, and continued by George Chippendale.
Discover the surprising diversity of tiny orchids, bush peas, wattles and billy buttons on easy bush tracks with experienced guides and good company. All springs are not the same. The pattern remains but timing and abundance vary with the weather.
Friends of Black Mountain welcomes all comers, be they experts or those who have never slowed down to see the somewhat cryptic diversity. We plan several guides, with helpers, who will take different directions.
BYO morning tea, water, hat, sunblock and stout shoes.
BOOKING ESSENTIAL to ensure we have enough guides.
Molonglo Catchment Group acknowledges the funding assistance provided through the Australian Government's National Landcare Programme Regional Investment Strategy, various ACT Government environment and heritage programs, and various NSW Government programs.