Evans Street Wildflower Grassland

Wildflower

Evans Street Wildflower Grassland is a four hectare reserve in the heart of Sunbury that contains an array of colourful wildflowers, swathes of native grasses such as Kangaroo Grass and rare native plants. It is a living museum of close to 130 native plants that form part of a critically endangered type of vegetation that was once widespread across Victoria. The site is protected by a Trust for Nature conservation covenant.

Location:

Near the north-west corner of Evans and Station Streets, Sunbury.

The best time to visit: October to February when all the wildflowers are in full bloom.

Facilities:

A walking track, interpretive signage and a community meeting room (bookings required).

Contact:

Sustainable Environment , Hume City Council on 9205 2200.

Friends of Evans Street Wildflower Grassland

This group helps to keep up the environmental quality of the Evans Street Wildflower Grassland in Sunbury.

Address: PO Box 604, Sunbury 3429
Telephone: 9744 4669


Updated : 11:52 AM, 13 September 2017

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