Lauderdale Wetlands Track Lauderdale, Clarence

Today’s weather

Partly cloudy

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Issued 4.10pm, Sat 19 Oct 2019
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Distance

0.7km

Experience

Bush

Description

The track around the perimeter of the wetlands takes 15-20 minutes to walk. The man-made wetlands were established by Clarence Council to trap and treat stormwater from it’s surrounds in Lauderdale. The wetlands consists of a series of channels and bioretention basins which allow water to be filtered by planted native rushes and sedges. The area has been transformed to a vibrant wetland community which hosts a variety of insects, birds, native mammals, fish and other fresh water aquatic biota. The walk connects to the Tangara Trail at the southern end of Roscommon Reserve.

User groups Suggested time Difficulty
Walking Under 2 hours
Easy

Dogs

Dogs allowed on lead 

Dogs allowed on lead.

Access

Accessible with pram 

Facilities

Parking 

Restrictions

No bikes  No horses

Photos

  • Lauderdale Wetlands Track 1
  • Lauderdale Wetlands Track 2

Map

Getting there

Start at Carrick Road reserve entrance off Terrina St, Lauderdale.

This track is managed by Clarence City Council

Clarence City Council logo

If you have any questions, feedback or updates regarding this track please contact the track manager at the Clarence City Council by phone on 03 6217 9500 or by email to clarence@ccc.tas.gov.au. For urgent communications please contact us by phone.