This 3km National Trust walk, lead by Linda Roberts, will take the tour group through the Red Box-Yellow Gum grassy woodland, a nature reserve popular with bird watchers.
The heritage-listed property of Callum Brae can tell us a lot about the Commonwealth Soldier Settlement scheme after World War I. While most farm blocks within this scheme failed across Australia, Callum Brae is the most significant surviving example in the ACT, with buildings and fittings remaining essentially unchanged since the 1920s and 1930s. Callum Brae is a working farm today but not accessible to the public, however tour members will be able to view it from the fence line.
COST: $7 per person (bookings advised)
WHEN: Sunday 25th of February, 2018
WHERE: Callum Brae Nature Reserve, Narrabundah Lane, Symonston
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