Parklands Albury Wodonga acknowledge the Duduroa-speaking people as the Traditional Custodians of the land now known as Stringybark Conservation Reserve.

Named for the Red Stringybark tree Eucalyptus macrorhyncha, Stringybark Reserve holds a special remnant of nature in the rapidly growing suburb of Baranduda.

The Red Stringybark tree produces a fibrous ‘stringy’ bark, which is traditionally used by First Nations people for making strong and durable ropes, bindings and fishnets. Stringybark Reserve is home to a community Red Stringybark trees.

The reserve is also home to over 45 species of native flora and over 60 observed species of native birds.

This small reserve is a precious remnant for native wildlife. It offers locals and visitors the chance to immerse themselves in a piece of local Australian nature.


10 Hectares


Red Stringy Bark Community, 60+ Bird Species, 45+ Native Plants

Vegetation Community

Plains Grassy Woodland/Valley Grassy Forest/Grassy Woodland Complex


High conservation value and passive recreation