Greens Pinch Reserve, Kilmore
Greens Pinch Reserve is a grassland and bushland reserve with no formal walking tracks.
The reserve lies on the ridgeline above Branigan Drive, Mountford Crescent and Meade Court and offers beautiful views across to the Mount William Range.
Hamilton’s Creek is the waterway that flows in the valley of the reserve and crosses Kilmore-Broadford Road.
Most of the reserve habitat consists of grassland with scattered trees. Large areas are dominated by weeping grass and kangaroo grass. Wallaby grass, spear grass and tussock grasses are more common on drier hilltops.
Diverse wildflowers are also abundant in certain areas of the reserve during the spring.
This page was last updated on 3 October 2019.