Victoria Park Nature Reserve, Alstonville

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Forest · National Park
The Victoria Park Nature Reserve is a protected nature reserve that is located in the Northern Rivers region in the state of New South Wales, in eastern Australia. The sub-tropical jungle remnant is located an undulating high rainfall plain near Alstonville. The red-brown soil is derived from a basaltic flow from the nearby Mount Warning. Of the total land in the reserve, 8 hectares (20 acres) is original rainforest; and the other areas are being re-vegetated.

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  • We just happened to come across this wonderful nature reserve on a drive. It is one of only 11 such remnants of rainforest remaining in the Far North Coast and has a wonderful diversity of rainforest....  more »
  • Victoria park is a great place to visit with young children. The bbq facilities were great and the boardwalk loop through the forest was beautiful.  more »

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