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Tin Dog Creek Reserve

Many species of orchids including Donkey, Bunny, Blue and Pink Fairies, Clown, Leek and Spider can be found in the Tin Dog Creek during winter and spring if decent winter rains have fallen.

The Eucalyptus pyriformis, otherwise known as the Dowerin Rose or Pear-fruited Mallee and is seen in dense populations throughout the Tin Dog Creek Reserve.

It is a smooth grey barked mallee which blooms a beautiful red flower in early spring.

Why not take a stroll along the Tin Dog Creek Walk Trail and pass through a dense stand of Melaleuca – Honey Myrtle Species.

It is one of the richest Melaleuca areas and has remarkable diversity in this reserve.