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Bushland Park Walking Trails in Lobethal

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by Karen Ross (subscribe)
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Published February 10th 2016
A Walk in the Park
Next time you find yourself in Lobethal, make time to do a bush walk in Bushland Park. The park is located on Berry Hill Road and it's easy to find if you follow the signs from the Main Street.

Bushland Park, Lobethal
Bushland Park Entrance

The park has a children's playground and sheltered barbecues, ideal facilities for birthday parties or family fun.

The park skirts around a tranquil billabong.

Billabong at Bushland Park
Billabong at Bushland Park - Karen Ross

There are four self-guided walking trails around the park, each indicated by coloured arrows so you don't lose your way.

Coloured arrows to guide you along each walking trail
Coloured arrows to guide you along each walking trail - Karen Ross

Before you set off, take time to read the information boards, near the barbecues, which describe the flora, fauna and cultural significance from both European and Aboriginal perspectives.

Information board
Information board - Karen Ross

The shortest option takes an estimated 45 minutes through Stringybark and Yacca country and incorporates a lookout with a wonderful view over Lobethal and the neighbouring Kenton Valley.

Stringybark and Yacca country
Stringybark and Yacca country - Karen Ross

If you have 2 hours and 40 minutes to spare, take the longest trail and see all the park has to offer which includes wetlands, creeks and reservoirs as well as woodlands and grasslands.

After the walk you'll need sustenance. Why not head to the nearby Lobethal Bierhaus for a refreshing beer and something delicious to eat?
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Why? It's a tranquil area with a diverse range of flora and fauna.
When: Closes at 5pm daily.
Where: Berry Hill Road, Lobethal
Cost: Free
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I am not sure if I have been to this park....but your article inspires me to take a should be worth a visit after it greens up and the snakes are in hibernation.
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