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When walking around the dense bush land you can forget that civilisation is but a few 100 meters away. Even the busy Marmion Avenue doesn’t distract from the native wildlife whilst in the reserve. Great for dog walkers, cyclists and ramblers. Be warned it can...More
Little Miss and I ride our bikes through this hidden gem - best in spring, winter and autumn. Good for a quiet jog too but watch for rough ground. My favourite bit is the treed section in the north west corner near Mary and Hope...More
The fact this is untouched bush-land is both a plus and a minus. It looks like virgin bush and is a quiet spot with plenty of wildlife. At the same time there are few paved areas or facilities. We can't have it both ways though...More
I have been walking thru this area on and off for a number of years. I recently returned after a long time away. It has now got bituminised tracks which makes for safer walking and parts of the bush have been cordoned off which protects...More
Either a great dog walk or a walk for yourself. The paths are easy, the bush is so quiet, yet so close to suburbia. Very interesting things to look at. Watch out for snakes when the weather is warmer. Feels safe as always someone around.
The Star Swamp Bush reserve is a great 2 or 3 hour hike through the surviving bushland. Don a hat and walking gear and head out for a stroll. Keep an eye out for the woild life and plants. While some rabbits have made their...More
Star swamp is a patch of remnant bushland with a swamp nestled in the suburbia that has grown up around it. There a range of different limestone base tracks and a few sand tracks crisscrossing through the scrub. It makes for a range of nice...More