Bunyip Sanctuary | Bunyip
With its unique remnant swampy woodland, take a trip to Bunyip Sanctuary and catch a glimpse of an Eastern Grey Kangaroo.
End of Doran Road, Bunyip
About Bunyip Sanctuary
Over 10 hectares of trees have been planted since 2010 to recreate the original swampy woodland, including swamp gum, blackwood wattles, prickly tea tree and tree everlasting daisy. The revegetation helps to link habitat along Tea Tree Creek towards Cannibal Creek to the north.
Superb blue wrens, new holland honey eaters and peregrine falcons can be seen swooping through the area.
Dogs on leads are permitted in the reserve.
Come and enjoy the natural environment and take advantage of the off street parking and picnic tables.
- Bunyip BMX track on Wattletree Road
- wetland with shared paths at end of Shinners Close and connects through to the BMX track on Wattletree Road
- wetlands with shared path, accessible via Drake Court, Henry Road or Jakobi Court.
- Mt Cannibal Reserve, Garfield North