Galore Hill Scenic Reserve
Situated just off the Sturt Highway between Narrandera and Wagga Wagga, and only 13 kilometres from Lockhart, Galore Hill Scenic Reserve is an impressive landmark that covers over 500 hectares of thriving bushland.
Drive to the top of the Saddle or the Summit and enjoy stunning views, well maintained bushwalking tracks, and extensive native flora and fauna.
A lookout tower on the Summit offers panoramic views while extensive walking tracks take in the caves of infamous bushranger, Daniel 'Mad Dog' Morgan.
An entertaining children's playground rests beneath shady trees at the Saddle, while barbeques, picnic facilities and toilets are available at both the Summit and the Saddle.
While at Galore Hill Scenic Reserve, keep an eye out for grey kangaroos, wallabies, echidnas, black cockatoos and 140 different bird species.
Over 850 varieties of Australian native plants grow here, and in springtime Galore Hill Scenic Reserve is a colourful array of wattles, grevellias, hakeas and flowering eucalyptus.
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