NEW signage will help people navigate a six kilometre trail at the Pines Flora and Fauna Reserve.
The new signs will help visitors work their way around the Panorama Circuit Trail. QR codes on the signs will direct travellers to maps of the trail.
The Panorama Circuit Trail is suitable for walking, running, or cycling. It starts at Ballarto Road and moves up to a summit lookout.
Parks Victoria regional manager of community engagement and partnerships Nick Jansen said the change would encourage more people to visit the reserve. “We know Melbournians love exercising in nature and that well-signed routes encourage physical activity outdoors. We’re looking forward to seeing more people visiting the reserve and benefiting mentally and physically,” he said.
“Late winter is a great time to visit The Pines, because you can see the first wildflowers coming into bloom.”
The Pines Flora and Fauna Reserve is open 24 hours a day, every day. Dogs can be walked on lead.