Glebe Hill Landcare is a network of active locals who hold regular working bees, projects and tours, welcoming all ages, to ensure the Glebe Hill Bushland Reserve is sustainably managed; to protect and enhance its natural, cultural & social values. We assist with undertaking and defining priority on-ground activities to achieve this aim, and encourage community involvement through raising awareness of the reserve's incredible range of species!
Glebe Hill Bushland Reserve is located between Howrah and Glebe Hill on the eastern shore of the Derwent River in southern Tasmania. It has a mix of trails that link the two communities and is home to diverse networks of plants, fungi and animals. See the map below for Howrah Primary's Interpretation Trail.
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