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National parks & reserves

Pink Cliffs Reserve

Wander through intriguing mini gorges and cliffs of fine pink clay. The colourful phenomenon was created by early gold-mining activities: sluicing work in the 1880s revealed the 'pink' hills near the historic town of Heathcote.

You'll find a variety of stones at this geological reserve, including smooth ironstone with a distinctive volcanic appearance. It's a great area for bushwalking and photography, so strap on your boots, grab your camera and get set to explore the unique landscape, wildflowers and wildlife.

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