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Map showing Mulligans Flat Woodlands Sanctuary

Imagine walking through box-gum grassy woodland at dusk. It is a clear, warm, spring evening. Through the tops of the trees you can just see the russet-red sun setting over the Brindabella Mountains. The air is still and filled with the aroma of chocolate lilies, damp woodland soil and eucalypt leaves.

Then, suddenly, the silence is broken by a soulful call in the distance. It's a rare Bush Stone Curlew! The light is fading quickly, and you switch on your torch. There is a rustle in the undergrowth. Whatever is it? It's too small to be a kangaroo or a wallaby. You shine your torch in the direction of the sound. Then, from behind a log, a small bettong hops towards you – oblivious to your presence. It digs a little by your feet, and then scoots into the undergrowth. As you scan the open, grassy woodland with your torch you realise that you are surrounded! Bettongs are hopping all around, digging the soil, and scratching in the leaf litter. Smaller bandicoots run between them, searching for grubs and bugs.

The woodland is teeming with life and you have just experienced something that no-one has experienced in Canberra for nearly 100 years!

Welcome to the Mulligans Flat Woodland Sanctuary!

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