The picnic area has sloping lawns set amongst bush settings, with unique views of the reservoir and surrounding landscapes. Whether you have come for a family get-together, relaxing or just a walk, you are sure to find a special area that caters to your needs.
Things to see and do
Discover the beautiful walking path at the bottom of the dam wall. The walk winds its way through a damp valley, which is home to eucalypts and tree ferns over two hundered years old. Notice the thinner trees at the top of the valley, regenerating from a fire that skipped over the trees lower in the valley, explaining the differences in size.
Visitors with disabilities are catered for in the park. Ramps are provided to all facilities, however, entrance to the ramps is at the far end of the park. The walking track has a number of small steps and may be unsuitable for wheel chair access.
Looking after the park
* Please note we do not permit heat bead or portable wood barbecues in the Park. Portable gas barbecues are permitted
* On days of Total Fire Ban no barbecues are permitted
* Dogs are permitted only if on a leash and under control of the owner
* No access is permitted into the reservoir or surrounding areaVisit Website
Flora/Fauna, Nature based, Wildlife