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This track passes through mixed heath and woodland species including banksias, grass trees and heath peas. You are likely to see kookaburras, forest kingfishers, red-backed wrens, dollarbirds, lizards and geckoes.

Picnic area available at entrance.

Grade: easy, but it’s hilly
Suited to: birdwatching and flora walks
Habitat: heathland
Must: walk this track in September or at dusk
Recommendation: combine this track with the Banksia Track for a two hour circuit walk, Pomax Track for another two hour walk or all three for a three hour walk

Bird Watching
Dogs Permitted
Cycling Permitted
101m
Maximum Elevation
36m
Total Climb

Comments

Cute local reserve. Really great for the BCC to gazette of some bush for our flora and fauna :)

RB-98 on 24 Sep, 2020

Easy for our 2 year old! Saw wallabies, kookaburras, scrub turkeys and a currawong!

Georgina B on 1 Jan, 2018

It's amazing to find bush like this in the middle of Chermside. It's a nice easy walk through native bush.

Ian and Sue on 2 Mar, 2017

Great short walk to take little kids or one for Summer when it gets too hot as it's lovely and cool. Mostly Boardwalk. Highly recommend insect repellent as the Mosquitos were in force.

stepitup on Jul, 2015

Nice easy track

Laurenland on 14 Mar, 2015

Easy walk, some junctions are not signed which is a little confusing

rob.bushman on 22 Jun, 2013

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