Neagles Rock Reserve, Clare

Where is it?: Neagle Rocks Reserve is located off Neagles Rocks Road, Clare.Neagles Rock Reserve

Owner: Managed by the Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council.

Property summary: Total area 13 hectares. Hundred of Clare – Lot 37 (Deposited Plan 44629), Lots 104-105 (Filed Plan 10681), Lot 583 (Filed Plan 191146) and Lot 584 (Filed Plan 191145)1.

Landscape SA Management Region: Northern and Yorke


Habitat:The habitat is mostly Peppermint Gum (Eucalyptus odorata), with Southern Cypress Pine Callitris gracilis and Golden Wattle (Acacia pycnantha). The understory has been considerably disturbed with Top Lavender (Lavandula stoechas subsp. stoechas) and other weedy plants.Neagles Rock Reserve

Total Species Recorded to Date: 66 (non-passerines 28, passerines 38).

Common Species: White-plumed Honeyeater, Australian Magpie, Adelaide Rosella, Grey Shrikethrush, Rufous Whistler

Less Common Species: Rainbow Bee-eater, Australian Boobook, White-faced Heron, Rainbow Bee-eater, Australian Hobby, Eastern Shriketit

1 Clare & Gilbert Valley Council (2004). Community Land Management Plans, November 2004. pp. 57-60.

Updated: 8/06/2021

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