Means “Eagle” in the Ngunnawal LANGUAGE
Which is apt as there are Little eagles, Wedge-tailed eagles, and a number of Owl species in this rugged reserve bordered by the beautiful Goodradigbee River and the Brindabella National Park.
Flora and fauna surveys conducted in this 1860-acre densely forested area and the neighbouring national park have identified significant biodiversity, landscape and cultural values.
Indeed, there are over 300 recorded indigenous flora species, 60 species of birds, 14 species of native mammals, 13 species of reptiles and 3 species of frogs, including the nationally endangered Northern Corroboree Frog.
Mulleun is a wild and undisturbed reserve. Our priority is to keep it this way through improving fencing to prevent illegal access from neighbouring properties.