After traversing Bellbird Park, the path leads to Bellbird Drive, which you follow for about 500 metres, with McMansions on the right and a lovely bushy creek on your left. Definitely, an eyes left walk, although most of the houses would be quiet peaceful abodes.
The path then re-enters more wetlands, consisting of three small lakes, all surrounded by reeds which provide homes for many fauna. Swamphens were mostly seen, with a few ducks and a solitary coot. No doubt there are many frogs living in the area.
This area is now named the Olinda Creek Wetlands. It was previously named the Hull Road Wetlands. Many paths allow you to circumnavigate around the lakes with several wooden bridges and boardwalks to keep your feet dry.
One of the bridge/boardwalks crosses over a small stream of running water with the babbling sound very soothing. A pause there with ears listening is a very nice experience. You can't help but realise that it is areas like this are essential for life as we know it.