The area is flat and the main paths are compacted gravel and would be suitable for wheelchair-bound aspirants. There are narrower paths through some of the areas that would be unsuitable. Most of the bush is inaccessible path wise.
For the first five minutes of my walk, I was subjected to the noisy antics of several Currawongs flying above the treetops, before settling on the branches of a long dead tree. They were the only birds sighted or heard.
A very pleasant surprise was several small colonies of Nodding Greenhood orchids. These are easy to miss as they are not tall and being green tend to blend into their surroundings. By getting down to their level, their true beauty is revealed.
Like many suburban parks and reserves, they are surrounded by housing and many of these houses have a gate in their back fence, to enable the inhabitants to enjoy the bush, literally on their doorstep.
Thank you for this information -it sounds like a wonderful reserve . My one complaint is that you do not clearly state the address of this park and other places of interest to visit. It is very frustrating, May I suggest that you state the address of the places you are promoting at the start of the article. Thank you.