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The Upper Natone Reserve is approximately 30 kms from Burnie via Stowport and Natone.
During summer the grassed area of the reserve becomes a carpet of beautiful pink grass-trigger plants, while autumn sees a fascinating display of coloured fungi along the walking track.
Spring is heralded by the flowering wattles, followed in late spring-summer by the beautiful Tasmanian waratah.
Crisp winter mornings transform the reserve into a wonderland of frosted grass with occasional snowfalls.
The Upper Natone Reserve is a popular recreational area featuring BBQs, picnic tables, unisex toilets, a play area with swings, and the Pat Crane shelter. An easy half-hour stroll along a walking track through diverse native vegetation is well worth a look.
1 Blythe Rd, Upper Natone, Upper Natone 7321 View Map
1 Blythe Rd, Upper Natone ,
Upper Natone 7321
Monday-Friday 8:30am - 5:00pm
Closed Public Holidays
Burnie City Council
PO Box 973
80 Wilson StreetBurnie, TAS 7320
Tel: 03 6430 5700
ABN: 29 846 979 690
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