It is not fenced and access can be made from Rooks Road or Lorikeet Street. The pathways are wide compacted gravel and almost level, with only a slight rise in one area, which would not be a problem for wheelchairs.
A local resident, enjoying a walk remarked that early in the morning many corellas could be seen feeding in the reserve and pointed to a nearby tree which she dubbed the lorikeet tree. On my visit, they weren't at home.
This is not a reserve to go out of your way to see, but if you are passing and your junior passengers see the playground, why not stop and have a walk around.