The Mt Leura and Mt Sugarloaf Reserves are located on the south-east edge of the Camperdown township, approximately 2 ½ hours drive south west of Melbourne. There is road access to the top of Mt Leura from Lawrence St. to a beautiful, panoramic viewpoint.

Bird Watching Checklist | Wildflowers In Season | Walking Trail Map | Walking Trail Notes

Look out across the nested maar… see if you can spot Mount Elephant on the horizon! On a clear day The Grampians can be seen. There are several walking trails within the reserve, and Mt Leura is a great starting point from which to explore the habitat. Relax and watch the colours unfold upon the plains from the setting sun, or a sunrise for those of you who are early birds!

From these links you can find out more about the reserves facilities.
Attractions & Facilities Picnic spots, walking trails and events!
Geo-Caching – Treasure hunts for the family Ahoy there!
Where To Find Us – Camerdown, South West Victoria, Google Map & Talk Through.

From these links you can discover more about the Reserves special characteristics.
Cultural Heritage, Leehura People Our Aboriginal Heritage
Fauna, Birds & Animals What animals & birds will I find? When is the best time of day, night… or even season to experience the native wildlife?
Flora, Plant Species What plant species will I find? How do the seasons change the vegetation & landscape?
Geology, The Rock’n’Roll of it! how this unusual landscape formed over time…