Point Halloran Conservation Area North

20 min to 30 min

1.2 km

↑ 2 m
↓ -2 m

Easy track
Starting from the end of Orana Street, Victoria Point, this little circuit walk gives you a taste of the northern parts of Point Halloran Conservation Area. This track offers a chance to see a variety of wildlife, including heaps of butterflies and bird species. You can even come across Australian brushturkeys (bush turkeys) if lucky. Dogs are allowed on lead. It's important to note that the area can become muddy or even flooded after rain, so plan accordingly. Also, there are no rubbish bins available, so be sure to bring out anything you bring in. Despite these challenges, the area offers a peaceful natural environment. Let us begin by acknowledging the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we travel today, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.
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