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This track passes through heathland where you can see spectacular plants including pomax, banksia, native irises and keraudrenia. It is named after the locally rare heathland plant pomax.

Grade: difficult, steep hills
Suited to: bushwalking, birdwatching, flora walks
Habitat: heathland
Must: look for wildflowers in September

Bird Watching
Dogs Permitted
Cycling Permitted

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Comments

Nice peaceful walk with my 2 year old, there were at least half a dozen wallabies we saw so that kept her walking and amused for at least half the walk! Then the shoulder rides started.

Kent on 26 May, 2021

From carpark go towards Hamilton road, through the gate. After 100m trail starts to the right. Nice short walk, took 15min. to get up (short quite steep gravel path) and walk around the reservoir. Back down we continued the trail to end up at Milne trail. Walked back using Trouts Road and Hamilton Road, total 2.5km

Marc Wingelaar on 5 Aug, 2018

If you climb up near the water tower you can see the a great view of some of the glasshouse mountains as well as Mt Samson.

Paul on Aug, 2018

This is the second time we've walked this track. It's not a bad walk.

Ian and Sue on 15 Jul, 2017

a fun walk with kids and good views

Teamsmith on 5 Jul, 2015

Saw a few of wallabies. Got to go back to see the wildflowers in September.

rob.bushman on 22 Jun, 2013

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