Meaning “SNOW” in the Ngarigo LANGUAGE
The topographic variability across this 3919 acre highland reserve includes numerous creeks, drainage lines and rivers, resulting in an impressive array of species and habitat diversity. Vegetation includes areas of tall stringybark and swamp peppermint woodlands, coupled with endangered highland grasslands. A range of threatened species are also seen across this landscape, including Wedge-tailed eagles, Masked owls, Spotted-tail quoll, Eastern quoll, Tasmanian devils, pademelons, bandicoots and broad-toothed mice.
High altitude winds, shallow soils and cold weather means this large Tasmanian reserve is rugged and grows at a slow pace. Our priority is to protect the breadth of diversity that the property offers as well as support a linked carbon sequestration scheme.