DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS, THIS ACTIVITY IS CANCELLED
This month’s outing is to Red Cedar Reserve. It is situated east of Wivenhoe Dam on the Wivenhoe – Mt Glorious Road at Dundas. We propose walking around Red Cedar Reserve and the adjoining White Cedar Reserve. This spot is not in the UBD book but the location can be viewed on the KEY MAP page inside of the front cover, to the left of map 85, Kobble Creek. The Reserve is approximately where the ”s” is in the word MT GLORIOUS RD. The reserves have shelter sheds and toilets and is part of the D’Aguilar National Park, Northbrook Creek runs along the northern boundary. Following morning tea, we will then drive 11 klms to Hays Landing on the eastern side of Wivenhoe Dam. Some bush birds but mainly water birds can be viewed around the Lake’s perimeter. Red Cedar Reserve can be accessed from the Warrego Hwy in the south, Samford in the east and Kilcoy in the north. For a detailed description of road directions please contact the leader.
Bring: Hat, sunglasses, personal first aid kit, sunburn cream, insect repellent, enclosed shoes, binoculars, camera, morning tea and lunch (optional), chair.