Edward Hunter Bush Reserve is a tranquil bush reserve located in the township of Moe and is home to native wildlife and rich native forest, ferns and native orchids.
The Reserve is approximately 58 square hectares and is one of the largest patches of native remnant vegetation in the foothills of the Strzelecki Ranges in the Latrobe Valley. The Reserve is also easily accessible through several entry points in the Moe region, meaning you can enjoy this magical tranquillity without hassle.
You can explore many walking tracks ranging from 700m to around 5km, leading you through the reserve to a stunning lake with viewing platforms.
Enjoy a picnic and watch the ducks on the lake or try your luck at fishing and throw in a line.
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