Damper Creek Conservation Reserve (Walking Track)

Damper Creek Reserve - Shared Pathway 2

Partial area closure from 22 December 2023. Read more: Damper Creek Conservation Reserve

The Damper Creek Path is an unsealed walking path through Damper Creek Conservation Reserve.

The Damper Creek Conservation Reserve is a 'Land for Wildlife' area, so keep an eye out for the many species of animals and birds that live along the trail.

Resident species include:  ringtail possums, sugar gliders, eastern water dragons, bats, blue-tongue lizards, turtles, tawny frogmouth owls, rainbow lorikeets, eastern and crimson rosellas, kookaburras and hundreds of other birds

Distance: 2km

Time: Allow 0.5 hours

Level of Difficulty:  Easy - suitable for all ages and fitness levels. Walking tracks are generally flat on well-established paths

Disability Access:  Difficult - terrain is not suitable for wheelchairs and walking aids, due to very rough surfaces and steep hills

Public Transport:  Bus along High Street Road, bus stop access on Stephensons Rd


38-50 Park Road and 357 High Street Road, Mount Waverley 3149  View Map

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