The reserve spans quite a large area and is divided into three sections by a couple of suburban streets. The distance of the full circuit (encompassing all three areas) is around 1.4km, but you can choose to do a shorter circuit.
There are a number of access points around the reserve, making it easily accessible to those entering from any direction. Most of the reserve backs onto houses, so it's mostly hidden away from the main roads.
There is also a lot of birdlife, especially near the wetlands. Near the Tarnalla Place access point there is even an old birdwatching platform (it's currently overgrown, but indicates that the location's history and popularity as a birdwatching location).
Clockwise from left: A bird at the reserve; a feather amongst the leaf litter; the birdwatching platform at the wetlands.