Moorooduc Quarry Flora and Fauna Reserve

Located just off Moorooduc Highway in Mt Eliza, this 22 hectare bushland reserve is a hidden gem rich in flora, fauna and Victorian history. From 1887 to 1927, stone and ballast was quarried from the hillside and used in the construction of nearby railway lines. Today, the reserve is a great example of the woodland and forest vegetation that once covered this part of Mt Eliza. Take a walk along the circuit track through the eucalyptus trees up to the lookout, and take in the spectacular views across the Moorooduc plains.

Main access point: opposite carpark on Two Bays Road.

Other access points: Allison Road, Canadian Bay Road, Station Street.

Please note: dogs are not permitted in this reserve.


106 Two Bays Rd, Mount Eliza 3930  View Map

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