The reserve can be accessed from the top of Amy Street, Wilke Court, Eleventh Avenue, Bermuka Street and Walch Avenue.
Take a stroll around Amy Street Community Park, on the edge of Barossa Hill with a stunning view overlooking the city towards the Derwent. This track is paved from Amy Street to Eleventh Avenue, with the full loop including an uphill gravel section.
This reserve contains over 75 native plant species, three of which are listed as threatened. Keep an eye out for the wildlife that still hang on in this urban island, including refuging wallabies and pademelons, and the watchful local, the threatened grey goshawk (white-morph).
Please take care not to disturb them as this is an increasingly isolated refuge for the wildlife of Moonah.
|Under 2 hours
Dogs allowed on lead.
Plan your visit
Leave No Trace is an internationally accepted way of minimising impacts on the places we visit. Respect wildlife, be considerate with others, dispose your waste properly.
Be prepared for the walk. Plan your trip ahead, bring enough water, check the alerts, and make sure you are comfortable with the difficulty rating.