Traralgon Railway Reservoir Conservation Reserve

walking on the boardwalk at Traralgon Railway Reservoir Conservation Reserve

This pleasant reserve comprises 29.5 ha of varied bush and grassland with a lake in the centre which is part of the catchment of Traralgon Creek. As you enter the car park, there is an information shelter containing informative panels highlighting the history and use of the reserve. The shelter also has a picnic table and seating and a large wooden decking area overlooking the lake. The track takes you around the wetland which is home to numerous bird life and native plants, a popular spot with birdwatchers. Ideal for a leisurely stroll with park benches scattered throughout the reserve.

Dogs are permitted but must be on a leash at all times.

Facilities: Accessible public toilet, water fountain, picnic tables and bike rack. Wheelchair access is limited.

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