Englebrook Reserve – National Trust Property
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About this site: Engelbrook Reserve was donated to the National Trust in 1964 to be preserved as a flora and fauna reserve. Today, the 27.5ha reserve contains stringybark open forest and over 220 species of native plants, including 35 that are of significance. Hiking tracks within the reserve include part of the Heysen Trail and a looped nature walk.
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