Mulligans Flat Nature Reserve is a protected area situated in the Gungahlin district on the northern outskirts of Canberra in the Australian Capital Territory in Australia. The nature reserve consists of 781 hectares of grassy woodland with some open grassland and a scattering of dams. The nature reserve is home to about 150 species of wild flowers which grow among stands of red gum and yellow box trees, making it one of the most significant nature reserves in the south east of New South Wales. In recognition of the significant attributes of the area, the reserve was incorporated into the Canberra Nature Park in 1994.
Mulligans Flat reflects a rich history of Aboriginal and European history. Aborigines maintained a hunting and gathering lifestyle in and around this region for thousands of years.
Coordinates -35°9'51.503" N 149°9'49.75" E