Nature needs friends!

Friends of Nangawooka Flora Reserve

Maintained by volunteers, Nangawooka is a 5 acre reserve North of Victor Harbor on the corner of Waterport Rd and the Adelaide - Victor Harbor Rd. It was started in 1982 and the first plantings occurred in 1983.The plantings range from WA species at the Northern end of the reserve to a mix of general native species in the centre and species specific to the Fleurieu Peninsula nearer the Southern entrance. Flowering starts in mid winter and is at its peak early Spring. There is still a good display right through into late Summer. Most (90%) of the plants are named.

Those interested in Flora and Fauna will love Nangawooka Flora Reserve.

Nangawooka is open to the public and is an ideal venue for small outdoor weddings or functions.

We hope you can visit Nangawooka soon.

Link to Nangawooka Image Gallery

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