- National Parks and Reserves
McKenzie Flora Reserve covers 47 hectares and was originally set aside to provide timber for gold mines and as you walk the three walking tracks which link to form short circuits of almost 2km each you will pass several excavations and other evidence of past mining activity.
Located on the south side of the Alexandra township, it spans out over the hills and valleys, creating a place to walk and enjoy the country atmosphere. Rest and enjoy the bush sounds where flora and fauna abound, making this a popular site for bird lovers.
McKenzie Flora Reserve borders Mount Pleasant Reserve where you will find McKenzie Lookout and the Alexandra Bushland Reserve where you will find Lucky Mine Lookout.