The Stony Range Flora Reserve is a small reserve of Australian native plants. It is a project of the Warringah Group of the Society for Growing Australian Plants. It is situated in the Sydney beachside suburb of Dee Why, off Pittwater Rd, about 200 metres north of the intersection with Warringah Rd.
A number of walking trails enable visitors to view the local flora to advantage as well as a range of Australian species from other parts of the country.
The Reserve is open on weekends and admission is free.
Easy access, no steps. Some paths accessible by wheelchair.
Phone: 02 9981 3026
Sydney Suburbs, New South Wales, 2099
Experiences you can enjoy at Stony Range Flora Reserve:
Flora/Fauna, Nature based