There is a small car park off Evelyn Road. Many walking tracks are throughout the reserve, with the main path almost circumnavigating the perimeter. It is wide, consisting of compacted gravel, but a little steep in places. Many sections would be wheelchair navigable.
One of the seats along the paths giving a rest and a view.
This area has a picnic shelter and several seats. Other seats are scattered around the main walking track, placed where a rest offers a nice outlook. These are the only facilities found in the reserve.
Many birds were seen and heard, some kind enough to perch in nearby trees long enough for my camera to catch them. In almost every suburban reserve the noisy miner is very evident. They are said to be bold and noisy, and usually are.
This is a reserve that would be worthwhile seeking out for a bushwalking experience. Children will love spotting the wildflowers. I know I did when I was one of them, but that was a few decades ago before, iPads, X-Boxes, mobile phones etc.