Reserves of Triabunna, Tasmania

We know we walk on country where thousands of generations have lived and walked before.
We endeavour to use our current knowledge to be good custodians of this reserved land.
We welcome old and new knowledge.
Photo by Rob Kelly

Triabunna Reserves

There are nine distinctive coastal and bushland reserves to be found within the township of Triabunna. The natural and historical aspects of these reserves are valuable assets that are important to protect, manage and value for today and for future generations. They are the home for many native plants, animals, birds and insects, some becoming rarer as more land is developed. Their existence makes Triabunna a special place of interest as well as enhancing the beauty and diversity of its surrounds.

A group of local volunteers known as the Friends of Triabunna Reserves regularly dedicate their time and effort to help maintain and enhance these reserves.

This website is where stories, photos, observations and records of these Triabunna natural reserves and their wildlife can be showcased and appreciated.

Glamorgan Spring Bay Council - Triabunna Area Reserves, Native Flora and Fauna Management Plan 2014 – 2019

Map of the Reserves

Click on a reserve label to see more information about that reserve

or click here to see a more detailed map