|Location||South-central New South Wales, Australia|
|Nearest city||Bredbo, New South Wales|
|Area||1,328 hectares (3,280 acres)|
|Governing body||Bush Heritage Australia|
Scottsdale Reserve is a 1,328-hectare (3,280-acre) nature reserve on the Murrumbidgee River in south-central New South Wales, Australia. It is 79 kilometres (49 mi) south of Canberra, and 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) north of Bredbo. It is owned and managed by Bush Heritage Australia (BHA), which purchased it in 2006.
Landscape and vegetation
Scottsdale is a former grazing property vegetated with temperate grasslands and grassy woodlands dominated by Eucalyptus melliodora (Yellow Box) and Eucalyptus blakelyi (Blakely's Red Gum). There are also remnant spring and bog communities. Four kilometres of the property’s northern and western boundaries are formed by the Murrumbidgee River.
Threatened animal species found on Scottsdale are Platypus, Gang-gang Cockatoo, Hooded Robin, Diamond Firetail, Speckled Warbler and Golden Sun Moth. Native fish in the river include the Trout Cod and Macquarie Perch.
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