This large reserve has two kilometres of walking tracks mostly flat, with the main one suitable for wheelchair progress as it is level and at the end a wide expanse of grass. There are a couple of park benches in this area amid a small stand of magnificent old pine trees.
There are many narrow, sometimes rough, paths threading their way through this bush reserve, with wildflowers popping up at almost every twist and turn. As wildflower season was upon us in October many colourful specimens were seen and photographed.
Around the walking tracks three illustrated boards give interesting information about some of the trees in the reserve, the butterflies living in there and its nocturnal habitats. They include the powerful owl, boobook owl, tawny frogmouth, sugar glider, ringtail possum and flying foxes. How close we must be to those creatures when walking through the reserve in daylight.
I walk my dogs here twice a day every day. It is a very friendly community, and a gorgeous place to walk. Also, unlike some reserves, there are two bins for us to place the dogs' byproducts in.