KNOCKLOFTY RESERVE

Knocklofty Reserve is part of the foothills of Mt. Wellington above West Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. The reserve covers more than 155 hectares of mostly native bushland, and protects an astonishing variety of plants and animals. It is renowned for its frog ponds and birds, including many rare species.

A great attraction for visitors are the scenic walking tracks with spectacular views of the City and Mt. Wellington.

The healthy, thriving native bushland you see in Knocklofty Reserve today is not an accident. It has resulted from many years of tireless dedication from a small group of Bushcare volunteers: The Friends of Knocklofty Bushcare Group [FoKL]. The group, formed in 1992, works on the reserve in partnership with the Hobart City Council, who owns the land on behalf of the citizens of Hobart.

PROGRAM TIMES

The group meets three times per month:

FIRST & THIRD THURSDAYS 9.00 - 11.30 AM

THIRD SUNDAY AFTERNOON 2.00 - 4.30 PM

 
 

Current Program - April 2021

Thursday 1st April.

Roving weeding south of car park.     KR  26.
9.00 am – 11.30 am with coffee and biscuits.
Meet Forest Rd. car park.


Thursday 15th April.

Re-growth gorse weeding beyond Forest Rd. boom gate. KR 23.
9.00 am – 11.30 am with coffee and biscuits.
Meet Forest Rd. car park..


Sunday 18th April.

Euryops, bone seed and gorse weeding above Weerona Trail. KR 7
2.00 pm - 4.30 pm with coffee and biscuits.
Meet at the end Weerona Ave. Mt. Stuart.


 

Explore Knocklofty

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Knocklofty Reserve contains over 300 species of native plants growing in ten dry and wet sclerophyll forest communities. 
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A range of fauna have been identified, ranging through birds, frogs, reptiles, and marsupials. Our actions have helped to improve the habitat of these fauna.
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See our busy members engaged in what they do best: restoring and maintaining the beauty and magic of Knocklofty Reserve