Our Community Bank is proud to have been the supporting partner behind a new wildflower brochure which has been produced as part of the self-guided Woorookarung Wildflower Walk. The flyer details more than 120 indigenous flora which can be spotted along the walk and in wider Southern Ballarat. The brochures can be collected at the start of the trail which starts at the Dementia Friendly Forest and Sensory Trail on Katy Ryans Road.
The collaborative project involved the Leigh Catchment Group, Friends of Canadian Corridor and the Field Naturalists Club of Ballarat.
Friend of Canadian Corridor Jeff Roots said "the project was a way of reconnecting people with how intriguing nature is. It’s a great way for people to learn about all the little wildflowers out there and at this time of year the bush is full of wildflowers”.
For more information visit focc.asn.au/flora
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