This walk begins off downhill, soon there are some views of the reservoir then the track begins to wind its way along the edge of the reservoir keep an eye out for different water birds.

I would advise taking you camera equipment as well as a pair of binoculars for some good bird watching. After approx 1.7km you come to a Y junction go straight ahead and some more views of the Enoggera weir come into sight. There seems to be alot of bellbirds and a few whipbirds around here.

From here the track winds into some bush some small reminent of rainforest. And from here it gets a bit "are we there, yet" but keep on going up and over the ridge and back down again and you rejoin back at the Y junction.

Now the return route can be a little problem if you leave it late to do this walk because on your return from the Y junction. You will meet alot of people along the way.

Some signs have been errected "brown snakes" in the area. So watch your step when walking around the exposed hot ridge areas.

Also this track can be combined with the Corymbia Circuit to add a bit of distance for you walk.

No Dogs Permitted

Getting there

You can drive here or a City Council Bus Goes right to the information centre

Maps

Sold at the Information Centre

Route/Trail notes

The track is well worn. In some places it can a little muddy.

Permits/Costs

No permits or costs involved

Other References

The Information Centre is well worth the visit

Comments

A lovely walk - easy to navigate, good clear paths and well signed. Heaps of bell birds, whip birds, scarlet honeyeaters, white naped honeyeaters and superb fairy wrens. Loved it but I would not recommend this for people with wheelchairs/mobility aids due to some stairs and plenty of exposed tree roots and rocks. Just over 5km.

S K on 14 Aug, 2019

This was my first time t the reservoir so it was good to see what the space offers. The walk was easy with steps, tree roots and rocks/stones on the track. Birdlife: Superb Fairywren, Australian King Parrot, Scarlet Honeyeaters and White-naped Honeyeaters to name a few.

Anoogle on 14 Aug, 2019

Nice easy walk with pretty views

Donnelle Brooks on 1 May, 2019

Done this walk several times, beautiful!

Eske on 3 Mar, 2019

Great trail and an easy drive from Brisbane. Recommend doing in the afternoon as you will be in the shade.

Nebula on 28 Dec, 2018

Very pretty area. This walk is completely flat and paved most of the way. Lots of birds, lizards, turtles. Great walk for kids. Can go for a swim afterwards too.

Lobster on Nov, 2018

Quite a beautiful little place. Lots of bird life e.g blue billed wood ducks, red backed fairy wrens, whip birds, bell birds, water hens, Rufus fan tails, zebra finches and other birds I couldn't identify. Little guys took two hours to walk the track.

Dw on 17 Jun, 2018

Nice walk along the lake. Could be very hot during the summer. Can swim and picnic

Hui Xiao on 8 Feb, 2018

Nice and relatively easy walk .

Cheryl on 24 Nov, 2017

Lovely easy walk

Laura_M on 28 May, 2017

Good walk easy at a brisk walk should only take 1 hour and is quite flat most of the way

Eric the Viking on 1 May, 2017

Nice walk will come back

Lorcanu572 on 9 Jan, 2017

A good walk. Fairly easy even though not feeling 100%. Lovely to walk along the reservoir.

Leeanne on 28 Aug, 2016

Nice walk along the edge of the reservoir.

Ian and Sue on 2 Apr, 2016

First walk of the year !!

Roxanne Hoare on Jan, 2016

I love this walk and have done it many times. Lovely mostly flat walk around part of the dam

Bobbe on Jan, 2016

Very easy walk. Took 90mins with a toddler getting in and out of carrier. Very busy on the weekends. Second part of trail where it loops back and away from the water is much nicer and feels more remote

Raphael on 7 Jun, 2015

Good exercise in the morning. Easy for the whole family.

Peare on 15 May, 2015

Good exercise in the morning. Easy for the whole family.

Peare on 15 May, 2015

A very pleasant and easy walk by the reservoir. Some section of the tracks are muddy. There were many wildlife, including water dragon, black snakes and frog. I got to hear the beautiful sound from bell miner birds.

Harry on 29 Mar, 2014

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