Dexters is a one  hectare property.

It was donated to the Trust for Nature in 1988 and was fully transfered to the Trust in 1989.

It is a significant example of remnant vegetation and the main species of trees are Silver-leafed Stringybark and Cherry Ballart. A wide variety of orchids, sedges and grasses make up the understorey.

There is a variety of bird species, butterflies and other insects. Snakes and possums are also present.