This is a 5.3 hectare reserve that has something for everyone. A playground with carved wooden animals, large undercover sheltered picnic tables, a BBQ, genuine bushwalks, off lead dog area, wildflower displays in spring, off street parking and toilet facilities.
Along one side of the grassy off-lead area, a magnificent row of gum trees line the walking path, with many branches overhanging the path which gives a being in the bush feeling without being in the bush.
The circular bush walk is approximately one kilometre in length and winds through the dense bush, passing the Everard Wildflower Sanctuary section which is fenced to protect the flora, and is marked by number three post. Local residents report that wildflowers are also abundant throughout other parts of the reserve in spring.
This reserve is worth seeking out for a BBQ picnic with children, who can happily play while lunch is being cooked and then a relatively short bush walk to disperse any calories gained from lunch. It is also ideal to bring the family dog to also enjoy the facilities.