Monument Hill Reserve, Kilmore
- Monument Road, Kilmore (See map)
Monument Hill Reserve provides habitat for several nocturnal mammals including brush tail possums, ringtail possums and sugar gliders, as well as the threatened brush tailed phascogale.
The reserve is dominated by eucalypts, wattle (acacia species), native grasses and wildflowers.
At the peak of the reserve, accessible by car, you can find Hume and Hovell Monument.
We have put together the following fact sheets relating to some of the flora, amphibians and fungi you may see when visiting Monument Hill Reserve.
This page was last updated on 16 August 2021.