Swainsona Reserve takes its name from the endangered Smooth Darling Pea, Swainsona galegifolia, which grows in the vicinity. It is one of the two remaining remnant populations of Smooth Darling Pea in north east Victoria. Parklands continues to work in partnership with the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (Vic) in a species recovery program for the Pea.
Swainsona Reserve is a very special and peaceful place, although a significant fire in 2002-2003 dramatically changed the area.
Swainsona Interactive Map
Things to Do:
- Mountain Biking
- Citizen Science
- Observing Nature
- Swainsona Reserve is situated on Felltimber Creek Road Wodonga. It takes approximately 15 mins to drive from the centre of Wodonga.
- Swainsona Reserve Access Point (See Map)
- Pedestrian Access from Coyles Road
- Walking Tracks
The newly installed interpretive signage on Swainsona Nature Trail reflects the rich diversity of the…
Over the past few weeks volunteers with our Tuesday morning Box-gum stewardship program have enjoyed…
The wildflowers are in full swing at Swainsona Reserve in West Wodonga. Each week something…
The Friends of Felltimber Creek follow the seasons in Swainsona Conservation Reserve with great interest.…
Restoring the Swainsona Reserve in Wodonga West has been an ongoing community project since the livestock were…
Last week Friends of Felltimber Creek coordinator Garry Knight was one of several residents who…
If you head up to the Swainsona reserve this month you will be able to see…