The Gap Scenic Reserve
|The Gap Scenic Reserve
|Nearest town or city||Cann River, Victoria|
The Gap Scenic Reserve is situated in the state of Victoria in south eastern Australia. It is a small reserve in isolated forest country beside the Bonang Highway. The reserve features tall eucalyptus trees and ferny gullies. Significant tree species include mountain grey gum, messmate and the shining gum. Threatened fauna includes powerful owls, tiger quolls and long-footed potoroos.
- "Surveys for arboreal mammals, Long-Footed Potoroo and Spiny Crayfish in proposed logging coupes 840-502-0015 and 840-502- 0019, Brown Mountain Creek Catchment, Brodribb Forest Block, Errinundra Plateau" (PDF). Department of Sustainability & Environment. Retrieved August 28, 2012.
- "Valley of the Giants" (PDF). Victorian National Parks Association. Retrieved August 28, 2012.
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