Redlands Hill Reserve, located near Corowa NSW, represents a Grey Box Grassy Woodlands, which is considered an Endangered Ecological Community (EEC). The reserve boasts four walking trails, developed in 1997 by the joint efforts of Corowa District Landcare and Corowa Shire.
All the tracks are rated easy, with no bushwalking experience required, with the shortest track being 0.7 kilometres and the longest being 1.7 kilometres. Signs are up to give visitors insights into the reserve's environment, plants and animals.
The reserve also hosts information on prominent artists, Tommy McRae and Tom Roberts. Tommy McRae (1835-1901) was an Aboriginal stockman based on nearby Brocklesby Station, and Tom Roberts painted the famous 'Shearing the Rams' painting in a shearing shed on Brocklesby Station in 1890. A replica of the shearing shed, which burned down in 1960, is located in the reserve.