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Morbinning Hall Reserve is a 31 Ha reserve located within the Shire of Beverley, where there is less than 4% of remnant vegetation. Whilst the reserve has areas of intact bushland, it has a large rabbit population which has allowed an infestation of agricultural weeds to take hold in areas. It is a significant remnant in a cleared landscape. The Morbinning Catchment Group has been working over the past 20 years to establish bush corridors in the Morbinning region, and this reserve is an integral part of that network.