|ACT Paddy Pallin 6 hour|
Sunday 4th March 2007 9:30am - 3:30pm
The map includes a small amount of open farmland and some grassy gullies but the bulk of the terrain is forest without a significant track network. It is some time since there was a significant bush fire in the area. Further away from the Hash House the terrain becomes quite steep in parts, but the going is not difficult on the hillsides as the undergrowth is generally not thick.
The NSW National Parks website describes the highlights of the Tallaganda National park as follows: Two sections of the Great Dividing Range south-east of Canberra support a range of forest habitats, including stringybark, scribbly gum, brown barrel and peppermint forest, as well as subalpine snow gum and mountain gum forest. The area provides habitats for threatened species such as the spotted-tailed quoll, powerful owl and yellow-bellied glider.
There are also the usual number of birds (including lyre birds) as well as a few wombats, kangaroos, wallabies and the occasional snake.
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