The Park had free entry for the Adelaide Cup Long weekend. There is usually a fee of $8-10 per vehicle. We had most of the Park to ourself for the day. We took part in a 1 hour walk with a ranger and volunteers. The walk was a pleasant stroll through natural bushland.
On this visit we saw a family of magpies, one emu, wattle birds and honeyeaters. It was hot, and the facilities are basic. Bring a picnic. It can get quite hot, so bring plenty of water and a hat.
The main building was open with a display, but there is not much else. The peace and quiet, and bush outlook is a highlight. The toilets were clean, and a free gas bbq helped us warm up our picnic food. The lake had two Pacific Black ducks. A decade ago I recall seeing lots of emus.
There is a need for more signage. I wanted to understand more about the features of interest.
A nice Park, but not what it used to be.
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